BOINC again !? -- BINGO, BINGO and BINGO

Timothy Murphy gayleard at
Fri Jul 4 14:03:49 UTC 2008

Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:

>> Occasionally I try to access the internet from a WiFi "hotspot"
>> but my experience in Ireland is that this is rarely as simple as it
>> sounds.
>> (Last time I tried in a pub here it turned out that they wanted me to
>> pay
>> the equivalent of several pints of beer.)
> OT, but there used to be a place in Westmoreland St. Dublin that allowed
> you unlimited Wifi for the cost of a cup of coffee. We spent a whole
> afternoon there a couple of years ago.
> Unfortunately, they've gone out of business ...

Completely OT, but the story of this cafe (Bewley's) was very sad.
The owner (Vincent Bewley) was a quaker saint
who gave all the shares in his very successful group of cafes
to the staff (with shares distributed equally, I believe) ...

This might have succeeded in heaven, but not on earth.

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