Look out for a flurry of posts from me. It’s amazing how much writing you can do in an airport and on a plane with no Internet. 😉
Speaking of the airport, this is what greeted me when I tried to check the price to get WiFi today in Atlanta …
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Let me see if I have this right, Sprint. I’m using an OUTDATED browser (IE 7) that should be UPGRADED to something that supports WEB STANDARDS (such as IE 6)??? You guys have had months to fix this page. Doesn’t anyone at Sprint use Sprint’s WiFi in airports? Haven’t at least some of them upgraded to IE 7? Even if they were asleep, it’s difficult to understand how they could have missed this. (Yes, Sprint is our friendly, neighborhood, telecom company located only two miles from Church of the Resurrection.)