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June 21, 2004 12:01 AM
Broken: Airport wifi
Thanks to Seth Godin, who gave me the idea for This Is Broken a year ago. As a thanks to him, we're celebrating Seth Godin Week on This Is Broken - all five posts this week came from Seth!
Monday through Thursday's posts took place in Trudeau Airport in Montreal on April 19, 2004.
Seth Godin writes:
TV in the airport is free. They pay for cable and for screens, but they realize that the cost of charging someone to watch it is prohibitive and sort of stupid. Yet they charge for wifi. Dumb. Why isn’t wifi as important an amenity as windows or TV?
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