The Associated Press reports that St. Cloud, Florida, is experiencing startup problems with its pioneering city-wide Wi-Fi program. The first of its kind in the United States, the program provides free wireless internet access to all 28,000 residents, in a 15-square-mile network. However, at the moment, the wireless coverage is plagued with dead spots and weak signals. Because of this, many residents are still paying for internet access until these problems can be rectified. Some of these troubles could be instructive for cities like Philadelphia and San Francisco, which are considering similar networks......

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