Google Overlords Offer Free WiFi

47 airports take part in deal

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    The fine folks at Google are giving you free WiFi for the holidays at Baltimore-Washington International and 46 other airports across the country.

    The Google overlords are saying thanks for letting your brain go to mush and relying on their search engine to remember even the most mundane aspects of your daily lives by allowing you to check your e-mail and surf the Web for free at the airports now through Jan. 15.

    The free offer also extends to all Virgin America flights, which use the Gogo Inflight internet service.

    Remember:  Don't be frightened by the Google overlords. They mean no harm and come in peace. Make sure you thank them by allowing cookies and never clearing your cache!

    The participating airports are:

    Austin (AUS)
    Baltimore (BWI)
    Billings (BIL)
    Boston (BOS)
    Bozeman (BZN)
    Buffalo (BUF)
    Burbank (BUR)
    Central Wisconsin (CWA)
    Charlotte (CLT)
    Des Moines (DSM)
    El Paso (ELP)
    Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
    Fort Myers/SW (RSW)
    Greensboro (GSO)
    Houston (HOU)
    Houston Bush (IAH)
    Indianapolis (IND)
    Jacksonville (JIA)
    Kalamazoo (AZO)
    Las Vegas (LAS)
    Louisville (SDF)
    Madison (MSN)
    Memphis (MEM)
    Miami (MIA)
    Milwaukee (MKE)
    Monterey (MRY)
    Nashville (BNA)
    Newport News (PHF)
    Norfolk (ORF)
    Oklahoma City (OKC)
    Omaha (OMA)
    Orlando (MCO)
    Panama City (PFN)
    Pittsburgh (PIT)
    Portland (PWM)
    Sacramento (SMF)
    San Antonio (SAT)
    San Diego (SAN)
    San Jose (SJC)
    Seattle (SEA)
    South Bend (SBN)
    Spokane (GEG)
    St. Louis (STL)
    State College (SCE)
    Toledo (TOL)
    Traverse City (TVC)
    West Palm Beach (PBI)