A Divine Comedy

I am sitting in Atlanta’s Airport on my way to Cancun, for an infrastructure/network industries event, coming from the three most amazing days of skiing in Chamonix (Max learned to ski and Helena became a pro) and am in technological limbo: I cannot access my email and my cellphone is not working. Not sure which terrace of purgatory corresponds to this feeling (it does allow me to blog and to twitter).

About Philipp

Philipp Müller works in the IT industry and is academic dean of the SMBS. Author of "Machiavelli.net". Proud father of three amazing children. The views expressed in this blog are his own.

26. February 2009 by Philipp
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Comments (3)

  1. sebastian.haselbeck@gmx.com'

    Reminds me of that article The Economist ran on finding a power outlet on an American airport…. If the consumer only had enough power to only fly through those airports that offered unrestricted and free wireless internet…

  2. sebastian.haselbeck@gmx.com'

    Reminds me of that article The Economist ran on finding a power outlet on an American airport…. If the consumer only had enough power to only fly through those airports that offered unrestricted and free wireless internet…

  3. azhcba@yahoo.com'

    Looks like your question thing at the end of the post worked. Also not having to sign in is nice too. Good job. Nice list. Thanks.|*|wow power leveling|*|http://www.wow-powerleveling.org