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Jan 27, 2007: Safe from porn and danger at Dayton International

Last week I was stuck killing a few hours at Dayton International Airport in Ohio, USA. It's a nice place, as airports go. I like the whole Wright brothers theme (they were local boys). The employees don't seem unhappy to work there. And it's hard to complain about free wifi.

Woops. Take that back. I really can't understand why the following error message came up in my web browser:

screen shot of blocked Bloglines site

The wifi provider, WebMarshal, seems to have a problem with Bloglines.


Is Bloglines a publisher of pornographic material? I was actually hoping to track a package I'd FedExed. And now, my pornographic urges have apparently been recorded on my permanent record...

Well, I had a few more hours to kill (oops, careful; don't use that verb while in a US airport). Inspired by my surroundings, I tried to book some flights for some upcoming trips:

screen shot of blocked Kayak.com site

Booking a flight is, apparently, dangerous. Especially while at an airport.


And people still see web filters as a good idea?

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