From about 3.30, he talks about mobile phones and sets up a typically acerbic observation about wi-fi on planes and the sense of entitlement that some people have about it. Are we already getting so jaded, world, that having a universe-wide mountain of information and entertainment at our fingertips as we TRAVEL THROUGH THE SKY is no longer enough for us? For the sake of humankind, we certainly hope not.
Whether you lose your temper at every network drop-out at 35,000ft OR are still in wide-eyed wonder that we can have this service at all, wifi in the sky is soon to become a much more common experience, thanks in part to the satellite that Panasonic launched in June. A deal has been struck with communication giants SES to provide transatlantic passengers with wifi in the sky.
If you have any curiosity about how that technology works exactly, and what it takes to equip a plane with the right technology, then you should take a look at THIS fascinating report and video by Linda Fox over at Tnooz.