Even if you're excited to cram stuffing and turkey down your gullet tomorrow, traveling with the 47 million other people expected to do so this Thanksgiving can be exhausting.
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The unused and faintly depressing husks of pay phones around the city will soon be re-animated as WiFi kiosks.
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For 20 years, South by Southwest Interactive—which started, humbly enough, as SXSW Film & Multimedia—has evolved into a massive marketing extravaganza, last year playing host to 31,000 tech practitioners and enthusiasts, up from 11,000 in 2009. How can a brand hope to break through all that clutter?
Aside from the guys who post up in a coffee shop for hours with an iMac to play World of Warcraft or stream Game of Thrones in the airport terminal and suck all the bandwidth, free WiFi is great. People can get online for free while on the go, and businesses get folks to hang around longer and spend a few extra bucks on a second coffee or a sandwich. It’s also a way to sell ads.
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