August 22, 2002
Wi-Fi and free lunches

John Patrick writes about the emergence of ubiquitous "free" Wi-Fi access:

The issues, which are many, include security, privacy, business models and the scalability of the infrastructure. If you had listed the issues and concerns about the Internet in 1993 it would have been the same list! But just like the Internet of ten years ago, the emergence of Wi-Fi is a grassroots trend that is irreversible.
(Source: Wi-Fi and free lunches - CNET.com)

Oh - and if someone flies by OSL - Oslo Airport Gardemoen (Norway), they now offer free wireless internet access (username/password needs to be requested at the information desk or by calling (+47) 81550250). (Source: Lars)

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