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March 21, 2005

Razor Blades and WiFi: Seth Godin's WiFi Hotspot Rant

Seth Godin wants to know why so many WiFi networks are closed. His rant was inspired by a recent (not very clueful) article in the New York Times. Seth wrote a followup entry to some criticism he received.

There were no razor blades in apples on Halloween when we were growing up. Did you know that? Really. They made it up. Someone should tell the Times and its readers that if you want to be anonymous on the Net, you can go to Kinko's or go to Bryant Park or the library. It's certainly not necessary to scare the nation into closing their wifi hot spots.
@ 06:38 PM | Rants (t) , WiFi (t) | Comments (0) | Cosmos


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