A project I worked on back in September/October went live this week - atlarge.com
A lot has been done to it since my HTML/CSS pages were submited. It's always cool to see all the lights and bells working when you've been working on a flat static page and could only imagine what the working page would look/behave like.
I guess that is how movie stars feel when in a special effects scene and all they can see is a blue/green screen.
The site is designed to help you get connected at the airport. The website is driven by user submited ratings and tips. Whether it be the locations of wifi hotspots, availabilty of 3g/GPRS signal or simply if there is somewhere to charge up your devices.
As it's only just launched a lot of airports have no ratings/tips yet but you can see it's potential on airports like London Heathrow (LHR) which has seen some activity.
The reviews appear to be moderated which means your review doesn't appear immediately but ensures useless comments and spam are kept out.
I like the integration with Google Maps enabling you to see a zoomable map of the airport you are viewing.
I hope someone writes a review of Tabago (Tab) airport before I go there next summer. I'm going to be stuck there for about an hour while I wait for my connecting flight to Trinidad and it would be nice to get online - especially on the return leg when I'll be uploading my photos to flickr.