Magic Kingdom powered by 802.11b: no word on whether costumed characters are tracked by GPS, however. Computer World reports on Disney's deployment of Wi-Fi throughout its Disney World complex in Florida for internal purposes only, such as a live credit-card authentication and tracking entry and exit from theme park attractions. They boast that they use 128-bit encryption, and one hopes they're talking SSL over TCP/IP and not WEP.
Apple AirPort's Uniqueness
Readers wrote to ask about some of the differences betwen Apple's AirPort system and cheaper access points and cards. I wrote a short article describing those differences.