SPOTLIGHT: Lily Pad hotspots give Cincinnati free WiFi

A non-profit in Cincinnati has come up with an innovative idea to create islands of free WiFi around the city without any involvement from the city itself. Project Lily Pad, part of the non-profit group Give Back Cincinnati, is finding sponsors to contribute small amounts of money to fund various hotspots for an extended amount of time. Surprisingly, Time Warner Cable is one of the sponsors. Twenty locations are online now with 55 more in development. Article

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