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Friday, August 16th, 2013

Summary: 24 September: 3D Printing – How Far Will It Go?

Christmas is coming and my mind is on toys and gifts. Could I get them 3dprinted at home? If so, what are my options I ask the 3d print veteran Alice Taylor from Makie.Me, the creator of world’s first 3D printed toys. Summary- by Eva Pascoe Speakers: Simon Gill – Executive Creative Director at LBi

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Will internet cafés survive 10 more years?

As the internet café celebrates its 10th birthday, what future does it face as net access at home becomes an everyday reality for more and more people? Oh, the novelty of it all: surfing the net while...

Friday, March 18th, 2005

Campaign: Cow creates cyber cafe awards for Yahoo! Mail – Consumer PR

Campaign: Yahoo! Mail Internet Cafe Awards Client: Yahoo! Mail PR team Cow PR Timescale: April 2004-February 2005 Budget: Less than pounds 50,000 In late 2003, free web-based email provider Yahoo! Mail asked Cow PR to develop a...

Sunday, September 5th, 2004

Review: Join the cafe society and help make me seriously rich

GOODNESS ME , is that the time already? It is the 10th anniversary of the internet cafe. Ten years have passed since Eva Pascoe, an enterprising young Polish woman, capitalised on a popular new hobby by opening...

Sunday, September 5th, 2004

Cybercafe goes cold in the West

The 10th anniversary of a globally transforming technological innovation should have been widely noted and celebrated. Yet 10 years on from when Eva Pascoe, a Polish PhD student studying in London opened Cafe Cyberia, the world’s first...

Thursday, September 2nd, 2004

A decade of Internet cafes ‘The world’s first,’ Cafe Cyberia in London, takes a bow

LONDON: John Major was prime minister of Britain. The Internet, to most people, was like something out of “The Jetsons.” “Latte” was Italian for “milk,” not American for “coffee.”Ten years ago on Wednesday, Cafe Cyberia, billed as...

Tuesday, August 31st, 2004

Yahoo! awards world’s best cybercafes

LONDON, Aug 31 (Reuters) – A San Francisco laundromat may be the one of the world’s most unusual places to surf the Internet but a sleek club on Moscow’s Red Square is definitely the sleekest, according to...

Tuesday, August 31st, 2004

Yahoo! Mail unveils the world`s best places to surf the net; Wednesday, 1st September 2004 marks ten years of internet cafes

Ten years ago today, the world`s first internet cafe opened its doors in London’s West End. To mark the occasion, Yahoo! Mail has unveiled the best places around the globe to surf the net. The winners of...

Thursday, July 5th, 2001

A Year Ago: Internet cafe does totally free Internet time

Cyberia, the first Internet cafe to launch in the UK, is to introduce totally free Internet access it announces Tuesday. The new service will start on 20 July and is being sponsored by free ISP Zoom, Easynet...

Monday, January 8th, 2001

Cyber cafes – on the demise?

Cyberia says demands remains strong Once upon the time, the cyber cafe was the in place for surfing the web and sending emails to friends. Very few people had access to the net and yet we were...

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