Why doesn't Anchorage man have his laptop back? The library doesn't care that Brian Tanner was using his laptop in their parking lot to use their Wi-Fi network after hours unless he ran them into bandwidth overages, which sounds unlikely. Cops still have his laptop, and no charges filed?
Hurley, Mich., adds hospital-Fi: Hurley Medical Center adds public area Wi-Fi.
Incomprehensible Wi-Fi story in New York Times: Is the columnist trying to say Wi-Fi is like air conditioning? Was this column written in 2004 and just published now? It's a bit of a train wreck. Summary: Wi-Fi might bring in more patrons to retail establishments like coffeeshops, but nobody knows. Right?