I reported back on October 22 that a Florida federal court had ruled against a blind man’s claim that the Southwest Airlines website violated the Americans with Disabilities Act because it was not accessible to him. This week, Writ’s Anita Ramasastry suggests that the Florida court got it wrong, and that the ADA does not just apply to “physical spaces.” I agree. Based upon the definitions provided by the ADA, it’s tough to argue that an online “ticket counter” is not a “service establishment.”