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May 12, 2005

Boston Wi-Fi Summit at the Museum of Science on May 19th

On May 19th the City of Boston is hosting the Boston Wi-Fi Summit, beginning with remarks from Mayor Menino and culminating in two panel discussions on the ways that the city, businesses, local institutions, and community groups can help to bring high-speed Internet to people throughout the city.

They've sent out an open invitation to anyone interested in this discussion to RSVP and come to the Summit, which is next Thursday at 8:45AM at the Museum of Science. It's open to the public and you do not have to be a Boston resident to attend. There is no fee.

More information and RSVP here:


(BostonWAG is an organization for Wireless Advocacy in Boston that I've co-founded.)

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