Posts tagged wifi
Posts tagged wifi
Today our friends at Forbes magazine reported Google is providing FREE wireless to Manhattan and the upscale Chelsea neighborhood. It’s a first for New York and the first free urban Wi-Fi network. One might think this is a noble gesture, but then again Google does have over 3,000 employees in these neighborhoods. Yet another reason to stay connected in the Big Apple.
A new restaurant in New York City includes Instagram on the menu. Check out Latin American cuisine at Comodo, and search #COMODOMENU on Instagram for all the tasty images.
It looks like Jakarta traffic just got slightly more tolerable. Now while you’re huffing smog and watching congestion steal hours of your life, you can surf the web! Beginning in September, free WiFi will be available along some of the capital’s major arteries.
In a piece by the Jakarta Globe, Jakarta governor Fauzi Bowo was quoted as saying “This new WiFi network is being implemented to contribute to the development and advancement of Jakarta as a metropolitan city.”
Social Irony’s sixth sense is reporting from the future that the WiFi is buggy and works like most things in the city: kinda, sorta.
A very cool Kickstarter project. Check it.
“Much like every social conference should include a tweet wall, every party should have an Instacube… The party just became interactive.”
- Andy Morales, Matters of Grey
Rumors indicate that besidse the successful “LIKE” button, Facebook is about to introduce a new button, the “WANT.” It is obvious Facebook’s button has totally changed online interactions all over the world. The new “WANT” button is being based on a similar concept, however it is designed for companies with products or services… especially online stores. You can insert the “WANT” button beside items, ie. sports cars, vacations, fashion items, and yes even your fav supermodel - if that’s your social style. We think the Zuckerberg juggernaut should come out with a “NEED” button next.
WiFi on KLM long haul flights is scheduled to begin in February of 2013. Now staying connected is even easier.