This means more people bringing their tablets to the park.
I'm not sure this is physically possible.
I'm... disturbed... by the sheer volume of people who can't seem to live an experience unless they're viewing it through their tablet. I work at a renfaire where it's increasingly common to see large portions of the crowd watching shows and such through a tablet or phone - often not even recording or magnifying, just... watching...
Can people now not appreciate entertainment unless it's on an electronic screen?
Here's one situation I would like to avoid: standing behind someone that is using their tablet as their camera by holding it high up in the air. That happened to me at the fireworks a few weeks ago in DL -- I had to move, and then all my photos had the light fixture/American flag in them. If I hadn't moved, I'd have had a big rectangle shadowed in my photos. I'm not sure which was worse, but MY camera was right in my face, not held high to annoy someone else behind me.
Has Disney announced that it's going to be free? I can't imagine them doing that because the cost to have good enough wifi for 65K people to be logged on all at once would be mind-boggling. I was assuming that they were going to do it like the cruise, where you pay a pretty high fee to use it and buy minute packages.
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