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September 5th, 2004
Cybercafe goes cold in the West

  • Posted Sep 5, 2004
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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 cybercafe, there’s been little to mark the occasion. Yahoo! which understandably has benefited from the phenomenon launched its …[ read more ]

  • Posted Sep 2, 2004
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  • Comments Off on A decade of Internet cafes ‘The world’s first,’ Cafe Cyberia in London, takes a bow
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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 the world’s first Internet cafe, opened in the West End of London. By most accounts, it drew a …[ read more ]

  • Posted Aug 31, 2004
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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 a Yahoo! survey of the globe’s best cybercafes. The winners of the first Yahoo! Mail Internet Cafe Awards …[ read more ]

  • Posted Aug 31, 2004
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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 the inaugural Yahoo! Mail Internet Cafe Awards include a unique laundromat / internet cafe in San Francisco, a …[ read more ]

  • Posted Apr 3, 2004
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  • Comments Off on The internet decade – Travel news
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AS the internet cafe celebrates its 10th anniversary, research shows how invaluable it has become for travellers. Far from getting away from it all, today’s wired generation stay in touch. The study from search engine Yahoo! shows that 69 per cent of young Britons regularly use e-mail while travelling. And forget escaping to far away …[ read more ]

  • Posted Jul 5, 2001
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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 and interactive music company eJay. Shopping portal Zoom is the brainchild of Eva Pascoe, one of the founders …[ read more ]

  • Posted Jan 8, 2001
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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 all fascinated by the idea of getting online. It is just like there is a requirement for public …[ read more ]

  • Posted Jul 11, 2000
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Zoom, the fashion portal and internet fulfilment company, will today launch a service for retailers wishing to go online, covering everything from website design through to ordering, delivery and customer service. It has signed up Actif Group, an Aim-traded company that owns the rights to Elle merchandise in Europe, as its first big customer. Under …[ read more ]

July 10th, 2000
Women out of technology

  • Posted Jul 10, 2000
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A few days ago, a well-known venture capitalist friend of mine was telling me about a business pitch that he has just rejected…read pdf   New Statesman 10 July 2000…[ read more ]

  • Posted Jun 4, 2000
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What does it it take to make a dotcom succeed? Hard work, a highly developed sense of fun and, as Sally Kinnes finds out, 48 hours in every day. Behind a brick facade in Soho’s Dean Street, a delivery man is struggling to get two chairs and a fan into a lift. Upstairs, there is …[ read more ]

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