By Terry Gardner
, Special to the Los Angeles Times
| Aug 15, 2010
I had been reluctant to try in-flight Wi-Fi because of the cost, but when I found a discount that cut the fee to $7.46 on a recent American Airlines flight, I tried the service and liked it. And the connection seemed faster than my DSL at home.
It's a medical device that looks like a baby harp seal, and someday it just might be your best friend.
Which leads to some interesting questions. Like, Why would you want to hang out with a medical device? And, Is this a good idea?
The device is...