|Subject: Re: Cybercafes|
Interesting story about the EasyInternet Cafe in Brussels: I used this cafe in Brussels several years ago, and thought it was kind of creepy. The place was dirty, badly lit, smoky, and unfriendly. A little while later it came out in the news, that this Cafe was the Internet connection that Richard Reed (the Al Qaeda shoe bomber) used to communicate with his higher-ups, in planning their attempt on the flight from Paris.
Joel, wintry Chicago