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Off the clock, but not offline

Tourists root out Cape’s free Wi-Fi

Theodore Weldon, clad in swim trunks, sat in front of Brooks Free Library in Harwich, but his mind was very much in Chicago, his home, as he caught up with work over the facility’s free Wi-Fi signal. Theodore Weldon, clad in swim trunks, sat in front of Brooks Free Library in Harwich, but his mind was very much in Chicago, his home, as he caught up with work over the facility’s free Wi-Fi signal. (Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
By Vivian Nereim
Globe Correspondent / July 20, 2009

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HARWICH - Bent over a laptop in the drivers’ seat of her car, Marcia King hunted for a signal. She wanted to connect with the outside world. Just for a few minutes. And then she could go back to her vacation. (Full article: 773 words)

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