Connexion is BETTER than broadband (at least in Amsterdam)

I am on my way back to Seattle, and I am currently somewhere over the North Atlantic. I am flying SAS Airlines, and they have the Boeing Connexion service that I tested back in July. I raved about it then?and I am raving about it now. It’s a 9 hour flight from Copenhagen (where I flew to from Amsterdam) and I have had solid and fast connectivity for 95% of the flight. It blacked out over Greenland for a short time, but that was fine?they were serving dinner anyway. It great to IM with all my colleagues and family back on the ground?as well as check email and catch up on reading my news feeds. The irony here is that the broadband service on the airplane is MUCH better than I had in Amsterdam. The hotel I was staying in charged me 15 Euros a day for ?~broadband’ in my room. I put that term in quotes, since the definition of broadband at that hotel means a 33.3 k connection (yes?I did a speed check.) that would randomly drop 6-10 times an hour. I am back in the office tomorrow? I can catch up on things and get ready to leave on Sunday for New York (to show the Xbox 360 to some journalists) for a couple of days. In the meantime, I am going to use this time to surf around the net and see what people are saying about the videos we showed at X05. What game are you looking forward to? I have Kameo and Ghost Recon on my ?~must have’ list?.I spend a lot of time playing them at X05??.and I can’t wait to get my hands on them.