The City Of Dayton Goes Wireless

You can now surf the Internet for free in Downtown Dayton.

Your wireless computer, P.D.A., or cell phone can now surf the Internet for free if it's Wi-Fi equipped.

 

The free service is available within one square mile around downtown.

The city will pay about $5,000 a year for it, but most of the cost is paid for by the advertisers.

 

GOOGLE IS OUT TO DO THIS, FOR THE WHOLE OF THE USA - A TOTALLY FREE TO ACCESS WIRELESS NETWORK, AVAILABLE TO EVERY SINGLE U.S. NET USER:-

GOOGLENET

IS COMING SOON

AND

IF THEY DO IT

THEN YOU CAN BET YOUR ADVERTISING DOLLAR

THAT MANY OTHERS WILL FOLLOW

IT'S A SMALL STEP FROM THIS TYPE OF THINKING, TO A GLOBAL FREE TO ACCESS ANYWHERE WEB

THIS ALSO SHOWS YET ANOTHER MOVE TOWARDS AN MNN TYPE SYSTEM BEING DEVELOPED

CONTENT WILL BECOME KING AND THE TELECOMS GIANTS OF OLD WILL WITHER AND DIE, IF THEY DON'T SUPPLY.

 IT'S THE BYRON IN ME?