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For anyone else without dead-tree access :-) here is a link to the online
version of the article:
http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/technology/maney/2005-11-29-net-calls-planes_x.htm

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On 11/30/05, David Carpe <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> i was cracking up when i read an article discussing valdis krebs
> talking via skype on a mac while in flight (talking to edward
> vielmetti) - the author said something to the effect of "valdis is
> the creator of inflow (software for social network analysis, whatever
> that is)"...it was (i believe) in the 'money' section, 3rd page
> bottom row article..
>
> the piece was about skype as a backdoor to phone calls while flying
> on planes in place of banned mobile devices...
> -dave
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