Tag Archives: Boston Globe Electronic Publishing LLC

The End of Airport WiFi?

By | January 3, 2006

An interesting battle is going on in Boston over airport WiFi. If one side wins it may spell the end to WiFi in airports — at least those not operated by the airport itself. The Boston Globe reports that Logan International Airport officials’ ongoing quest to ban airline lounges from offering passengers free WiFi Internet services is angering a… Read More »

Problems With The Ex/Kids/Chicken? Gmail Knows

By | September 1, 2004

Just how intrusive are the contextual ads in Gmail? Not a new question, I know, but there are some stories appearing that seem to belie Google’s claims that emails would not be mined for more sensitive subjects. Take the following examples I received from one friend: Emailing a friend about a chicken dish she’d just prepared, half a… Read More »