Date: Sunday, August 26th, 2001, 23:08
It’s no Ricochet, but Apple’s Airport card does open up plenty of potential for easy, high-speed, wireless Internet access — just without any range. So where can you hop on? Apple has a useful guide to some fledgling services in a special report on its Hot News page. Sites are extremely limited: Starbucks, hotels, and airports (the ones with airplanes) are frequent suspects. So where have you found to hop on Airport networks? We want your tips. E-mail them to us and expect a special report soon.
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