Ohmynews, the Korean citizen journalism site, published an interesting article about WiFi technology and its implications for urban lifestyle:
"There are dozens of cities in the U.S. and other countries employing or planning to employ Wi-Fi technology in citywide hot spots or clouds. Internationally these include Taipei, Perth, Hong Kong, Pretoria, Cebu City, Auckland, Adelaide, Zamora (Spain), Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Liverpool, Portsmouth and Brussels. Domestic cities include Seattle, San Francisco, Anaheim, Minneapolis, Portland (OR), Las Vegas, Atlanta, Dayton, Los Angeles, Spokane, Lexington, and several smaller cities such as Bowling Green, Cerritos (CA), LaFayette and others. Even Macedonia is planning a wireless network covering over 1,000 square miles of territory ... essentially making it a Wi-Fi country."