Weird Wi-Fi places

<i>By Mark Milian, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer</i><br>
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Some places are practically obligated to offer wireless Internet. It's commonplace to walk into a coffee shop, library, hotel lobby, college campus, train station or airport and find people plugging away on their laptops. And by next summer <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP002110" title="Delta Air Lines" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/transportation-industry/air-transportation-industry/delta-air-lines-ORCRP002110.topic">Delta Air Lines</a>, the nation's third-largest carrier, will begin offering <a href="http://www.latimes.com/technology/la-fi-delta6-2008aug06,0,171228.story">Wi-Fi on 330 planes</a>.<br>
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But the following L.A. Web "hotspots" might leave you scratching your head.
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( Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times / August 8, 2008 )

By Mark Milian, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

Some places are practically obligated to offer wireless Internet. It's commonplace to walk into a coffee shop, library, hotel lobby, college campus, train station or airport and find people plugging away on their laptops. And by next summer Delta Air Lines, the nation's third-largest carrier, will begin offering Wi-Fi on 330 planes.

But the following L.A. Web "hotspots" might leave you scratching your head.

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