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WiFi high

Free Internet 'hot zones' are drawing new wave of customers downtown

By Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / March 12, 2006

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It's lunchtime in downtown Salem, and Jeanne Pickering is bathed in sunlight at the window table inside the Front Street Coffeehouse. She sips Diet Coke, nibbles on a turkey sandwich, and focuses on the screen of her Apple iBook. During her lunch break, the website designer has logged onto the Internet, downloaded a client's Web page, and begun to redesign ... (Full article: 1625 words)

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