Could SF Possibly Be Even Cooler? Two More Entire Neighborhoods Go Free Wi-Fi
As if living and working along side the great people of San Francisco wasn't reason enough to pack your bags and haul off on a lifelong adventure on the west coast... now the city gets that much closer to perfection with free Wi-Fi for not just a few blocks, but entire San Francisco neighborhoods!
As reported in the San Francisco Chronicle both the Fillmore and Castro districts are to be neighborhood-wide free hotspots for those who have wireless equipped computers or devices starting this week thanks to the fine folks at AnchorFree Wireless.
With Union Square and Chestnut Street already wired and San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom's initiative to blanket all of San Francisco with free Wi-Fi in the works, an entire wired city isn't far behind. Until then, you can always find free wireless internet access in San Francisco by consulting the SFLan Map run by a volunteer group for several years now, or by checking out the Bay Area FreeFi Map, or using the SF Wi-Fi Hotspot List for the nearest free spots to connect to the internet... and to The Isotope Communique!