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I was also reminded of the Portland Loo - a project in Portland to provide clean, outdoor bathrooms around the city to the homeless. Some businesses responded with a "not in my backyard" attitude. *sigh*
I also have trouble using the WiFi, though I have not attempted it in a while. Sometimes it worked well enough but it seemed more common that speed was slower than dialup, or that there was no connectivity at all.
I've seen a number of Links where the tablet screen was not working. They stayed that way for months.
The free phone calls are hilarious. You literally have to scream as loud as you can for the person you are calling to be able to understand anything you are saying.
I honestly wanted these things to be awesome but I can hardly stand to look at them. As far as I can tell the praises of LinkNYC have been sung loudest by industry wonks, "smart city" propagandists, and people who have never actually used them. I don't think this will be the last manifestation we see of CityBridge's poor planning.
Why wouldn't it be a simple matter of putting time limits on WiFi sessions?
-- Brian Santo
* no pun intended. I swear.