Ever find yourself wandering around Manhattan with nothing but a netbook in your backpack? Who doesn’t, right? Well, if that’s the case, get thee to the New York Public Library. It seems there’s a new Wi-Fi room that’s the bee’s knees.
The room officially goes by the name of the Edna Barnes Salomon Room, though it will by the end of the day be forever known as The Wi-Fi Room. The room, which re-opens today, is there for people who want to surf the Web, read stuff online, etc.
And, starting next week, you’ll even be able to borrow a laptop with which to surf, I don’t know, Marca and El Mundo Deportivo all day long.
Karl Marx : The Reading Room in the British Library :: [Who?] : The Wi-Fi Room?