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Cybercafes: Service With a Click.(using Internet cafes at conventions)(Company Business and Marketing) : An article from: Association Management
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This digital document is an article from Association Management, published by American Society of Association Executives on September 1, 2000. The length of the article is 22991 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Internet Cafe Guide the Book
Yahoo Internet Life 8/20/97
“Where is the best place to drink coffee? An Internet caf, of course! After wasting too many hours locating places to check his e-mail easily, Ernst Larsen of Norway developed the INTERNET CAF GUIDE to help us all stay caffeinated and connected on the road.”

Cybercafes: A Worldwide Guide for Travelers
Smaller and lighter than the most compact laptop, Cybercafes is an indispensable guide for the traveler who wants to stay connected without the weight, hassle, and responsibility of lugging expensive computer machinery around the world. It’s an extremely user-friendly little book. Organized by geographic regions, it also provides an index listing for dozens of cafés by name. For each café–take L’Heroïque Sandwich in Bordeaux, France, for example–the guide includes the street address, fax and phone numbers, and e-mail and Web-site address (if applicable); gives instructions on how to find it (near Grosse Cloche, in the case of L’Heroïque); tells the hours, prices (and which credit cards are accepted), and facility amenities (number of computers, availability of color, and black and white, printers), as well as any nearby places to visit. Other details are included too, such as whether the café has scanners, video-conferencing software, or America Online software, and whether the café offers any special discounts or freebies to bearers of the guidebook.

Fun & games C & C Internet Cafe abuzz with teen gamers and friends just hanging out.(Time Out!) : An article from: Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
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This digital document is an article from Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), published by Paddock Publications on July 19, 2002. The length of the article is 1137 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser

Pioneering a Global Trend.(the growing popularity of Internet cafes in the Benelux countries) : An article from: Tea & Coffee Trade Journal
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This digital document is an article from Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, published by Lockwood Trade Journal Co., Inc. on November 20, 2000. The length of the article is 9031 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Coming to New Orleans: the Internet Cafe. (sister restaurant in New York City) : An article from: New Orleans Magazine
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This digital document is an article from New Orleans Magazine, published by MC Media, LLC on September 1, 1995. The length of the article is 911 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
From the supplier: The NYC restaurant the Internet Cafe is truly innovative. Patrons can use various access software to surf the Internet, send e-mail, chat on Worldchat or use a standard Microsoft office. It is also a coffee bar. Owner Arthur Perley will open a sister cafe in New Orleans in 1996.

You’ve Got E-mail!(Internet cafe and coffee shop)(Brief Article) : An article from: Alaska Business Monthly
“Her idea to start an Internet cafe and coffee shop in this tiny Eastern Interior town came during a summer job working as a waitress at a restaurant in Tok a gateway town that sees nearly all of the 100,000-plus tourists driving to Alaska each summer.”

Coffee and Copy at Asian Internet Cafes. : An article from: Nieman Reports
“When I tried to get my home computer online I went to China Telecom, where I was told to come back with my passport and a mountain of forms telling the authorities everything they needed to know to monitor my communications more efficiently….”

Cafe, Internet an affordable mix.(IT Strategies)(Brief Article) : An article from: Northern Ontario Business
“Tom Stephenson, cafe manager at Sault Ste. Marie’s Hidden Bay Cafe, has recognized the growing trend in laptop computer use and has added a wireless Internet connection to his establishment.
The technology, Wireless Fidelity or Networking (WiFi) enables patrons to connect to the Internet while visiting the cafe without the hassle of hardwires.
“It’s just an extra service we offer,” Stephenson says.
While the Internet cafe is far from a revolutionary idea, as the service is a common phenomenon…”

The Wireless Internet Explained
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The Wireless Internet Explained covers the full spectrum of wireless technologies from a wide range of vendors, including initiatives by Microsoft and Compaq. The Wireless Internet Explained takes a practical look at wireless technology. Rhoton explains the concepts behind the physics, and provides an overview that clarifies the convoluted set of standards heaped together under the umbrella of wireless. It then expands on these technical foundations to give a panorama of the increasingly crowded landscape of wireless product offerings. When it comes to actual implementation the book gives abundant down-to-earth advice on topics ranging from the selection and deployment of mobile devices to the extremely sensitive subject of security.

Internet Gaming Law
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In this definitive work, I. Nelson Rose with Martin Owens, clear up much of the confusing rhetoric regarding gaming and the law. Professor Rose, one of the industry’s leading experts in the field of gambling law, and Martin Owens, an attorney who specializes in online gambling, discuss the impact of state, federal, and international laws on traditional forms of gambling played online. Internet Gaming Law is an essential resource for legal professionals and business executives in the field of Internet gaming law. This valuable book covers a multitude of new challenges to government and regulatory agencies that deal with gambling legislation.