Interesting options to connect to free wi-fi at Heathrow’s terminal 2.
Option one is through Twitter, and here’s what you’re asked to accept:
Needless to say, I went to check option two, and it’s a signup form asking for your title, name, email address, and flight number, but absolutely no validation on any field…
I would have accepted to make a small contribution to your mailing list in exchange of free wi-fi, Heathrow.
You’d have sent me a newsletter, a chance to hook me in or make me leave depending on how interesting or funny you are.
But between giving up everything or nothing at all it wasn’t a very hard choice.
I don’t recall exactly how I ended up reading this article about the craziest and smartest roundabout I have ever heard of. I mean, seriously, who reads, or writes, articles about roundabouts?
If you don’t have much time, here’s the short video explaining what it is about in one and a half minutes.
If you do have a bit of time though, I seriously advise watching this second video of a much more exhaustive demonstration of why this roundabout makes sense. I promise, you’ll learn a lot about roundabouts and you’ll never look at them in the same way.