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Friday, June 16, 2006

A Positive Idea

Jnet, the filtered internet provider, has a novel idea and use for WiFi. They are exploring blanketing Williamsburg with a (presumable password protected) WiFi umbrella. This would:
1. Remove the need for cable or Verizon.
2. Grab the early market share making Williamsburg less interesting for WiFi or WiMax providers.
3.Provide cheap kosher internet for Williamsburgers.

If it spreads to BP and Flatbush (and yes, Jerusalem and Stamford Hill), this fine concept could be an excellent solution for a number of parnosa, shopping, and communication issues.

Kol Hakovod!



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