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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Notes from the bunker

We're coming to you live from Terminal 3 at San Francisco International Airport. It's the morning rush hour on the busiest travel day of the year. Despite lots of amateur flyers out here, dutifully fingering their little baggies of teeny shampoo bottles, everything is functioning pretty smoothly. The six bucks to get wi-fi access makes one miss Portland, however. With any luck I'll be back there in a couple of hours.

Comments (3)

It's interesting that you like the free wi-fi at Portland airport, yet you seem to be opposed to public utility ownership in general for Portland, and the Portland wi-fi "cloud" project in particular. How do you reconcile those views?

The free wi-fi at the Portland airport is a nice amenity, but I'd rather the Port had instead purchased a roof that didn't leak.

I don't know -- the white buckets on the floor seem like nice accent.

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