Monday, July 31, 2006

Boston Citywide WiFi

Hub sets citywide WiFi plan - The Boston Globe:
The task force envisions a host of applications built on Boston's wireless network: among them, software connecting members of neighborhood crime watch groups, programs allowing teachers to communicate with students and parents, ``smart parking" software enabling drivers to find parking spaces and lots on the fly, educational websites providing information on historic sights; and advertising offering discounts or dinner specials at stores and restaurants.
We'll hear more later today. A monthly plan won't work for me. I already have a monthly plan at home.

Here in San Francisco, you can open your laptop almost anywhere and get free WiFi. I hope that's what Boston will have.

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