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a cafe whose customers sit at computer terminals and log on to the internet while they eat and drink

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The state-of-the-art cybercafe would mean children could spend lunchtimes and after school exploring the massive possibilities the world wide web has to offer.
The latter allows the owners of cybercafes with no membership system to admit users.
China's recent announcement that it has closed 8,600 unlicensed cybercafes since February comes as part of a nonstop, long-term crackdown against Chinese teenagers' choice entertainment venues, industry insiders said Friday.
As Sills' dissent observes, only three of the city's 23 cybercafes have experienced the "gang-related violence" that provided the rationale for the law.
As the development committee prepared to discuss the fate of the application, a dozen young people received certificates at the Pop Factory for taking part in The Learning Programme, a show likely to be switched to the cybercafe.
The Cybercafe provides constant internet connections and also includes full wheelchair access.
Reid reportedly used e-mail while in Paris and French police have confiscated computer hard drives, including material from a cybercafe in a tough area in northern Paris, to study his correspondence.
For the event, ITC and BADEA worked together to design, develop and organize a CyberCafe which was very helpful given the lack of a specalized search engine for business information at the venue.
The old economy part of the business model revolves around on-campus Trompocenters, which are hybrid cybercafe computer shops.
No doubt, her education at liberal bastion Yale, starting Third Wave, even opening (and, a year later, closing) a cybercafe in Brooklyn would have been revealing material, particularly for a memoir.
Because cybercafe kiosks are typically on a larger network connected to the Internet, pods of kiosks can be located wherever your attendees will find them most useful--the exhibit ball, registration area, or hotel lobby.
Many of these initiatives involve information technology, and these were demonstrated in the LPIT conference's Cybercafe.
If all goes according to plan, the cybercafe "should be one of the highlights of the twentieth world congress," he adds.
MOUANet, a Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) sponsored project, is a cybercafe that provides Internet services on campus.
The cybercafe, called Nettica, is at the Forum Centre in Longfellow Road and is aimed at 14 to 19 year olds.