I had meant to check our wi-fi when I was out and about yesterday taking pictures. Glad to hear it's up, running, and being useful to people. I can't say I imagined this scenario when we set it up 6 years ago, but with apocalyptic weather becoming the norm nowadays, the case for free public wi-fi just seems to get stronger and stronger. (Don't forget your public libraries have free Internet access too... Provided they have power, of course.)
Meanwhile, The Portsmouth Herald's Rachel Forrest, their restaurant correspondent, submitted this piece today: Wi-Fi lures crowds to coffee shops. No mention of our free wi-fi, even though it hits BNG, Starbucks, and Popovers.
Kudos, by the way, to the Portsmouth employees at City Hall. By sharing juice from the Police Department's generator, they were able to say open on Friday, albeit with minimal emergency lighting, and operate one (1) computer so people (including me) could register their cars on the last day of the month.
And now, some pictures: