I am now officially a cyber nomad, typing this on the steps of the Albert Memorial in front of the Town Hall. I have managed to find free WiFi provided by Streetnet. I’m a little wired after a coffee and a tea in Nero and attractive women keep walking past.
Life is good.
I'm thinking of wandering around town sniffing for WiFi hotspots now I've reinstalled the drivers on my laptop. I'd take the mouse, but he can only sniff cheese.
Preliminary research tells me that Caffe Nero charges a fiver a day, which is much more than the free I'm prepared to pay.
I caught some of this last night.
The internet has enriched our lives in many ways, but it has also generated many ways to break the law. How well does our legal system protect us from the dangers of being libelled, defrauded, having our intellectual property stolen or being exposed to pornography or violent images?
A panel of senior judges, barristers and academics identify the shortcomings of the law and discuss possible solutions.
Listen Again only tends to last a week. Catch it while you can.
BoingBoing have spotted the Mouse’s New York relative. Unlike our rodent-of-leisure, this one has a job- it taunts non-union “scab” workers.