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  • Michael obrien
    While LA s still working on that free, citywide internet plan, the LA Department of Recreation and Parks has gotten busy launching a pilot program that will
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 13, 2014
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      While LA's still working on that free, citywide internet plan, the LA Department of Recreation and Parks has gotten busy launching a pilot program that will bring free WiFi to six parks scattered across the city:Cabrillo Beach, Echo Park Lake, Griffith Observatory, Pershing Square, Reseda Park, and Venice Beach. The service, officially and charmingly called Oh, Ranger! Wi-Fi™, will not only allow park visitors to shop for shoes in a public park, but also let them "submit service requests directly to the Department's construction and maintenance division," which is definitely what most people are going to use it for. The WiFi program is set to launch Thursday, according to a release from Councilmember Tom LaBonge.

      Great--now wee can go to the Lake without having to actually experience the Lake. Ah, progress.
       
      Michael O'Brien
    • Scott Fajack
      Yes, and now they ve snuck in ads for Toyota on the wifi signs. S c o t t F a j a c k On Aug 13, 2014, at 5:39 PM, Michael obrien mobla26@yahoo.com
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        Yes, and now they've snuck in ads for Toyota on the wifi signs. 

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        On Aug 13, 2014, at 5:39 PM, "Michael obrien mobla26@... [EchoElysianNCForum]" <EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

         

        While LA's still working on that free, citywide internet plan, the LA Department of Recreation and Parks has gotten busy launching a pilot program that will bring free WiFi to six parks scattered across the city:Cabrillo Beach, Echo Park Lake, Griffith Observatory, Pershing Square, Reseda Park, and Venice Beach. The service, officially and charmingly called Oh, Ranger! Wi-Fi™, will not only allow park visitors to shop for shoes in a public park, but also let them "submit service requests directly to the Department's construction and maintenance division," which is definitely what most people are going to use it for. The WiFi program is set to launch Thursday, according to a release from Councilmember Tom LaBonge.

        Great--now wee can go to the Lake without having to actually experience the Lake. Ah, progress.
         
        Michael O'Brien

      • Michael Lawler
        I believe Toyota is paying for it (the wi-fi). ml ... I believe Toyota is paying for it (the wi-fi). ml At 05:48 PM 8/13/2014, you wrote: Yes, and now they ve
        Message 3 of 4 , Aug 13, 2014
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          I believe Toyota is paying for it (the wi-fi).

          ml

          At 05:48 PM 8/13/2014, you wrote:
           

          Yes, and now they've snuck in ads for Toyota on the wifi signs.Â

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          On Aug 13, 2014, at 5:39 PM, "Michael obrien mobla26@... [EchoElysianNCForum]" < EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

           

          While LA's still working on that free, citywide internet plan, the LA Department of Recreation and Parks has gotten busy launching a pilot program that will bring free WiFi to six parks scattered across the city:Cabrillo Beach, Echo Park Lake, Griffith Observatory, Pershing Square, Reseda Park, and Venice Beach. The service, officially and charmingly called Oh, Ranger! Wi-Fi™, will not only allow park visitors to shop for shoes in a public park, but also let them "submit service requests directly to the Department's construction and maintenance division," which is definitely what most people are going to use it for. The WiFi program is set to launch Thursday, according to a release from Councilmember Tom LaBonge.

          Great--now wee can go to the Lake without having to actually experience the Lake. Ah, progress.
          Â
          Michael O'Brien
        • Scott Fajack
          Yes, a cheap inroad for ads in the park. S c o t t F a j a c k via  iPhone On Aug 13, 2014, at 6:13 PM, Michael Lawler michael.lawler@sbcglobal.net
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            Yes, a cheap inroad for ads in the park. 


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            On Aug 13, 2014, at 6:13 PM, "Michael Lawler michael.lawler@... [EchoElysianNCForum]" <EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

             

            I believe Toyota is paying for it (the wi-fi).

            ml

            At 05:48 PM 8/13/2014, you wrote:

             

            Yes, and now they've snuck in ads for Toyota on the wifi signs.Â

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            On Aug 13, 2014, at 5:39 PM, "Michael obrien mobla26@... [EchoElysianNCForum]" < EchoElysianNCForum@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

             

            While LA's still working on that free, citywide internet plan, the LA Department of Recreation and Parks has gotten busy launching a pilot program that will bring free WiFi to six parks scattered across the city:Cabrillo Beach, Echo Park Lake, Griffith Observatory, Pershing Square, Reseda Park, and Venice Beach. The service, officially and charmingly called Oh, Ranger! Wi-Fi™, will not only allow park visitors to shop for shoes in a public park, but also let them "submit service requests directly to the Department's construction and maintenance division," which is definitely what most people are going to use it for. The WiFi program is set to launch Thursday, according to a release from Councilmember Tom LaBonge.

            Great--now wee can go to the Lake without having to actually experience the Lake. Ah, progress.
            Â
            Michael O'Brien

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