So apparently I am not the only one on the planet who, when gets to a new destination, the first thing I do is try to find the airport Wifi. After all, connectivity can be a matter of safety, especially when you are in a completely new place in which you don’t speak the language, don’t know where to go and how things work. In those cases, the internet can be a true lifesaver. Not only for basic needs but also more and more of us work with internet and travel for work.
It’s not a surprise that a map with all the passwords from airports worldwide would become viral. And by going viral, the map became better, as anyone can contribute to it. The opensource element allowed for it to gather passwords from 269 airports covering a good part of the world. Another element that makes it so special is that it is easy and downloadable as a google doc, so you don’t need internet to see the password in first place. You can access and contribute to the map here.