I’m neck-deep in feature work right now, but I feel compelled to take a few moments out of my day to tell you to run, not walk, over to Tim Farrar’s latest blog, in which he speculates about Aircell’s plans – on the heels of securing another round of financing – and whether or not Southwest Airlines’ in-flight Wi-Fi business is still up for grabs. Of course, the blog all but pours cold water on my own speculation concerning Southwest and Row 44, but hey, I can take it. Let’s hear it for pollination.
See you when I come up for air.
Is Southwest’s Wi-Fi still up for grabs?
By Mary Kirby on February 7, 2011 in Uncategorised
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