Link: Warchalking RIP?

 Interesting article by Nick Langley of ComputerWeekly about ‘The demise of the warchalkers’ (warchalkers are those folk who advertise, via street scribblings, the location of publicly available and free Internet access via WiFi points: “The fall in warchalking has been attributed to the rise in public wireless Lan services, either those that are paid for or …

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