REALLY UP THERE
Today is the day many a geek has dreamed and/or waited for, the day when one can get wireless broadband on a flight at an affordable, non-metered price. From Gizmodo:
"If you're flying on an AA 767-200 from NYC to San Francisco, Miami or Los Angeles, you can kick the tires of American's new Gogo/Aircell in-flight wi-fi service for $12.95 (the rate for flights over 3 hours).
It's the same provider Delta will be using as they roll out the service fleetwide starting soon."
Of course, a little more space to put your laptop on the tray in front of you is a little extra.
*Crunchgear has a good review of the service in action.