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January 31st, 1997
A PC and a pot of coffee

  • Posted Jan 31, 1997
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on A PC and a pot of coffee
  • Cyberia Cafe
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You’re away from your PC, but you’ve to surf the Net. Fine, come in and have lunch while you’re at it. Eva Pascoe, co-founder of cybercaf Cyberia, is a difficult person to pin down. One month she’s off supervising the opening of a Cyberia site in Rotterdam; another, she’s in the Far East, negotiating a …[ read more ]

  • Posted Apr 30, 1996
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on All about Eva’s cafe society
  • Other Press
  • 1864 Views

It’s along way from Communist Poland to the cyberspace world of Internet cafes, but Eva Pascoe made the link – and a fortune on the way. By Ruth Picardie Last Thursday, Eva Pascoe hopped out of her bed – one of the few pieces of furniture in her grimly urban loft space on the edges …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 19, 1995
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Coffee Stop on the Superhighway – towards the Superhighway Award 1995 – Innovation
  • Cyberia Cafe
  • 1719 Views

THE WINNERS. An original idea hatched on paper napkins now looks set for worldwide success. SO that’s how you make money out of the Internet … cobble together a few computer terminals, rent out some well located property, buy a cheap coffee machine, think of a groovy name and franchise the idea around the world. …[ read more ]

  • Posted Sep 11, 1994
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Coffee-time in cyberspace – Internet
  • Cyberia Cafe
  • 1810 Views

BRITAIN’s first cyberspace cafe opens its doors tomorrow to welcome people bewildered by superhighway hype, writes Michelle Stavrinou. Located just behind the computer and hi-fi shops of Tottenham Court Road, Cyberia cafe was planned as a women-only venue, in protest at the small number of female “net surfers” encountered by Eva Pascoe and Gene Teare, …[ read more ]

  • Posted Sep 11, 1994
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Coffee Time in Cyberspace – Internet – Innovation and Technology
  • Cyberia Cafe
  • 1784 Views

BRITAIN’s first cyberspace cafe opens its doors tomorrow to welcome people bewildered by superhighway hype, writes Michelle Stavrinou. Located just behind the computer and hi-fi shops of Tottenham Court Road, Cyberia cafe was planned as a women-only venue, in protest at the small number of female “net surfers” encountered by Eva Pascoe and Gene Teare, …[ read more ]

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