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A recent topic is about another big win for Exeter, appearing on the Monopoly Board in an expensive area.
Carl, sorry mate, I am going to start raising questions about this.
I do a blog about "wifi Exeter" following an Intel survey claiming Exeter had the highest concentration of hotspots per capita. The blog has had to wander ever wider to find examples of wifi in actuality. My guess is that the number of IT Boxes in pubs where the staff know anything about it is in Exeter as a whole, speaking generally, approx zero. The amount of investigation from Exeter City Council into the potential cultural advantage of this infrastructure would also amount to nothing at all. My guess could be wrong so other info welcome.
I think Exeter should consider the reality of wifi, not just link to dubious press releases.
The Princesshay development may be a new era putting Exeter next to Bond Street. Or it may be unsustainable for a remote county town.
It is possible to go bancrupt building too many hotels.
Let us just stick to the aim of a base for Exeter on Facebook. It would be a start.
At the moment I am getting an error message when trying to connect to Exeter e-Friendly.
Maybe this is not the right address. Suggest Facebook meanwhile for continued discussion. The Today program thinks Facebook is legit so probably there are people in Exeter who check it sometimes.