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Free Wireless Internet Access at Madison Public Library

Check out today's Wisconsin State Journal - Daybreak section - for an article about free wireless Internet access at the Madison Public Library's Central branch.

According to the article, the Central Library has offered access since the first week of January. Eight other Madison branches are expected to offer access by the end of March.

To use the MPL's wireless service, you'll need a Wi-Fi compliant 802.11b or 802.11g wireless Ethernet card installed in your computer, or have one with built-in Wi-Fi compatibility. Ask a librarian for assistance logging in.