Here's an odd place to be blogging from; a Krystal restaurant off of I-75 between Knoxville and Chattanooga at 11PM. I'm making one last stab at Florida teaching (more as things develop), and stopped to fire off a resume to a prospective school in Lakeland (who I talked to at an Ohio rest area this afternoon) while downing some of their White Castle-wannabe gut grenades for a belated dinner.
That's an odd mix; a decidedly down-scale burger joint offering WiFi. You can see Panera, catering to an intelligentsia crowd, offering it, but this is weird. WiFi has either jumped the shark or entered into the mainstream.
[Update 10/5/06 Krystal's about as old as White Castle, so the wannabe crack might not have been called for. As Kevin noted, it's likely that WiFi has gone mainstream; the old-school sports bar near our apartment has it now as well.
Since I've made this post, I've been good for a couple of "Krystal Red" Google hits a day. There's something called that in Europe, since most of the people looking are European, but I can't quite figure out what. Could some of the folks Googling in enlighten me? Try to keep it clean, for I fear it might not be all that edifying.]