For the past several years I have begged, pleaded, and generally made a nuisance of myself to the Arizona Diamondbacks asking them to please install Wi-Fi at Chase Field. With the proliferation of smart phones, tablets, and other devices it seemed natural to have network access from my stadium seat.

My desire was two-fold. First it would allow me to access the Internet and look up some obscure statistic to settle an argument between two fans. Second, it would allow me to log in and respond to email and other work-related applications so that I could still be at a Diamondbacks game when I should be working. (That last part is secret so please don’t tell my boss, he thinks I am at the office 24-hours a day.)


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