Bradner, Scott
September 2000
Network World;09/25/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 39, p76
Trade Publication
Predicts that the plan by News Corp. and Boeing Co. to provide Internet access on an airplane will fail. Criticisms against the pricing of the service; Comparison with the alternative of plugging the laptop into the phone in the back of a passenger's airplane seat; Improvement in the hotels' Internet access.


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