Sydney Cafe Touts No Wifi

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Here’s a great article showing a shift in how cafe owners and businesses are rethinking wifi.

Cafe owners in Sydney are realizing that “Free WiFi” comes at a cost. As The Syndey Morning Herald reports, cafes are starting to limit or ban WiFi so that people will actually have real interactions. It’s economic too – allowing one customer to purchase a $3 coffee and take up a table for five for hours on end is simply not good business practice.

cafes without wifi

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As the health effects of microwave radiation come into the mainstream, this trend will only accelerate. WiFi will become just like smoking – once a ubiquitous presence in all cafes/restaurants and now something that is socially unacceptable.

You can read the full article here:

“The love affair between coffee shops and laptop-wielding customers may be dying out as coffee shop owners revolt against Sydneysiders’ demand to be wired up.

Wi-Fi backlash is a trend accelerating among coffee shops, bars and restaurants, where a failure to see the benefits of Wi-Fi-induced turnover is encouraging many owners to restrict Wi-Fi or ban it.”

The cafe of the future won’t have WiFi. Hemingway’s Manly manager Theo Gibson is a trendsetter. 

WiFi Backlash Accelerating Less EMF

Photo Credit: Janie Barrett

Just like Faraday Cafe, Hemingway’s Manly is a pioneer in moving us toward a healthier society.

This article was republished from the EMFAnalysis website, which is an incredible resource on the dangers and health concerns of EMF’s, useful tips and more.

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