The photo snapped by my Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc shows the poor Kindle trying to talk with an unfriendly web interface. I need to validate some credentials before I can use my Kindle wirelessly in McDonald's of Clonmel--unlike McDonald's of Cashel where it just works. I wonder what bright spark advises McDonald's to make a simple task irksome. Outside on the streets of Clonmel, the local Chamber of Commerce plans to light up the centre of town with free wifi. I hope they've got the words "free and open" tied into the concept because if they do it any other way, the most civilised users (e.g., us taxpayers carrying Kindles) won't see it as a useful service.
Sent mail2blog using Nokia E7 O2-Ireland 3G Typepad service in the middle of Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland.