Sunday, September 24, 2006

Get your strange land fix at the library

Well, the Dallas Public Library that is.
According to
Wireless internet access has arrived at the Dallas Public Library. Laptop users can now connect for free to the Internet at the Central Library, 1515 Young St., and at any of the city's 25 branch libraries, according to Director of Libraries Laurie Evans.
In addition to all the library locations, computer users can also connect to the internet via wireless transmitters located at these Dallas parks: Kidd Springs, 711 W. Canty; Exall, 1355 Adair Street; Tietze, 2700 Skillman Ave.; Ridgewood-Belcher, 6818 Fisher Road; Lake Highlands, 9940 White Rock Trail; Campbell-Green, 16600 Parkhill Drive; and Timberglen, 3810 Timberglen Road.
Sure hope the folks in Waxahachie are paying attention.

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