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Bryant Park in New York City enjoys wireless: It's a sign of how widespread Wi-Fi access is when you see a nice little article like this about the social aspects that isn't in a technology section of a newspaper.
The inestimable Alan Reiter heads for the seas: Alan is signing on to work with Bernie Dunham, the geek behind Geekcruises's wireless access that I've written about with great glee. Alan's a cell data expert, among other things, who has extended his interest and expertise into the Wi-Fi realm. Bernie is a recent company CIO who was dabbling in Wi-Fi cruising (literally: he's surveyed the biggest boats in the world for Wi-Fi networks) when company politics turned him into a full-time wireless maven.
Warchalking: neat idea, but does it have traction?: Wired News's Paul Boutin asks the question, can thousands of interested geeks turn an idea they (we) all think is cool into a lasting part of our culture?