Monday, October 02, 2006
C/Net has a special report on wireless cities, describing communities around the country that are experimenting with wireless networking and counting on Wi-Fi's popularity as a way to revive moribund downtowns that have steadily lost business to suburban malls for decades.
Just as venture capital fueled the Internet economy, municipal grants are being used to seed a projected boom in wireless networks. The challenge facing cities, just as it was for dot-com entrepreneurs, is to distill ways of making money from a largely amorphous technology.
Read the complete article at DailyWireless.org