You can take that issue of SkyMall and choke yourself with it, because (American Airlines) flights are now a little more fun! TechCrunch reports AA is pushing its Gogo streaming video service to all 767s, offering 100 films and episodes.
A TV show will cost you a buck a pop, and movies will run at four each—pretty standard. Each piece of video pie will beam straight to your laptop (and later tablet) via WiFi, so you don't have to bother with those minuscule displays mounted to the back of each seat that's always smeared with gross finger grease anyway. Best of all, you won't have to pony up for in-flight internet access to get the goods. [TechCrunch]