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The UN says it is good for poorer nations, Exeter is the best place for it, you can get it with your burger, lager or latte, it is in 200 phone boxes, and the UK’s E-commerce Minister Stephen Timms wants every library to have it. BBC […]

The UN says it is good for poorer nations, Exeter is the best place for it, you can get it with your burger, lager or latte, it is in 200 phone boxes, and the UK’s E-commerce Minister Stephen Timms wants every library to have it. BBC has this article which praises WiFi to high heavens. In order to promote the technology, BBC reports that, “BT Openzone, operators of one the main wi-fi networks in the UK, have announced an inaugural Wireless Broadband Week. Between 26 January and 1 February it wants other operators to join it in offering free wi-fi for all.” All in a fairly upbeat article about the future of Wi-Fi in UK and Europe.

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