I spent the past week in Seattle (actually Bellevue and Redmond) attending Microsoft’s quasi-annual MVP Summit for people who are so interested in specific Microsoft technologies that they spend their own time providing community outreach in that area. My area, unsurprisingly, is Windows Phone (formerly Windows Mobile).
I got up at 4:30am this morning to catch a shuttle to SeaTac (Seattle Tacoma Airport) to make sure I got there in plenty of time to grab some breakfast and write a blog item or two while waiting for my flight home. I knew I get work done because SeaTac provides free WiFi in the waiting area. SeaTac’s free WiFi does not require signing in or a credit card. All that is needed is to their terms and conditions and you are online with what seemed like very comfortable speeds to me.
So, thanks to SeaTac for their free WiFi to close out my week of travel!
If anyone is intersted in the photos I took during the conference, you can find them on my personal tumblog.