oh hai internetz!
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So true, so true. A commentary on social media from bombtune:
Social media is fast food for consuming words, images, and videos. Online users just want to like, share, comment in the post and move on to the next discovery. With such high-speed interactions, no piece of content has true value.
Few people read beyond what’s scannable and never go on to the…
I believe that I am the last person on earth who is NOT excited about more connectivity in the air. I want my airport and flight experience to be a few hours of solitude to snooze, read, or just get a little tipsy watching an edited version of a Seth Rogen movie.
I don’t want to be expected to be catching up on email or shit. Let me have a little bit of downtime for a few hours after my work trip or vacation.
VideoInflight internet in the United States is often constrained by two variables: bandwidth and coverage area. Gogo, the internet provider for the lion’s share of today’s flights, operates most connections on an air-to-ground (ATG) network, and if a flight goes out of range of one of those antennas, connectivity drops […]
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