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Fighting boredom in airports while waiting for a flight can be tiresome, especially if your flight is delayed. Books, magazines and, of course, the internet can help pass the time, but many Wi-Fi networks are protected by a password.
This is a problem that blogger, computer engineer and traveler Anil Polat set out to solve by creating an interactive map, which features free Wi-Fi passwords in a number of airports around the globe.
Clicking on an airport on the map and the location of the wireless network reveals its name and password.