As if blanketing the rim of the River Thames
with WiFi wasn't good enough to get us out of the office and into the park, the Evening Standard is reporting that the whole city of London
will soon becomes "Europe's biggest wireless internet hotspot." As expected, some 130 base stations will be arranged in a sophisticated mesh networking
setup, which will span "the entire Square Mile," subsequently giving about 350,000 employees in the area access to unadulterated wireless internet. Wireless gurus from The Cloud
are working in conjunction with city officials to tie off the final steps, and while initial coverage areas will dwarf Soho and Barbican City, the map above shows just how broad the service could get. Unfortunately, this edition of citywide WiFi
will not come gratis, as users who plan to take advantage will be kindly asked to fork over about £11 ($22) a month for access.