…and to think that I blogged it on Newberry Street

Free Wireless on Newberry Street. A computer reseller in Boston sets up a wireless network that gives denizens of cafés and bookstores in the vicinity free access to the Internet — as long as they don’t mind viewing an occasional pop-up ad. By Leander Kahney. [Wired News]

Boston’s Newberry Street is one of my favorite places in the U.S. Now I like it even better. I’d put up with an occasional pop-up (I guess depending on how occasional) for the benefit of free Wi-Fi.

Nifty idea.