Internet Cafe Names

internet cafe names

    internet cafe

  • An Internet cafe or cybercafe is a place which provides internet access to the public, usually for a fee. These businesses usually provide snacks and drinks, hence the cafe in the name. The fee for using a computer is usually charged as a time-based rate.
  • (Internet cafes) public establishments offering access to Internet-enabled terminals in addition to other services, such as food and drink. Also known as cybercafes and online cafes.
  • A place where one can use a computer with Internet access for a fee

    names

  • Someone or something regarded as existing merely as a word and lacking substance or reality
  • name calling: verbal abuse; a crude substitute for argument; “sticks and stones may break my bones but names can never hurt me”
  • (name) a language unit by which a person or thing is known; “his name really is George Washington”; “those are two names for the same thing”
  • A word or set of words by which a person, animal, place, or thing is known, addressed, or referred to
  • A famous person
  • (name) assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to; “They named their son David”; “The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader”

internet cafe names – Tp-Link TL-WA901ND

Tp-Link TL-WA901ND IEEE 802.11n (draft) 300 Mbps Wireless Access Point. TL-WA901ND 11BGN 300MB 2.4GHZ WL ACCESS POINT 3DETACHABLE ANTENNA WL-AP. Power Over Ethernet – Desktop
Tp-Link TL-WA901ND IEEE 802.11n (draft) 300 Mbps Wireless Access Point. TL-WA901ND 11BGN 300MB 2.4GHZ WL ACCESS POINT 3DETACHABLE ANTENNA WL-AP. Power Over Ethernet - Desktop
Manufacturer: TP-LINK Technologies Co., Ltd
Manufacturer Part Number: TL-WA901ND
Brand Name: Tp-Link
Product Model: TL-WA901ND
Product Name: TL-WA901ND Wireless N Access Point
Marketing Information: TP-LINK’s wireless N access points TL-WA901ND are designed to establish or expand a scalable high-speed wireless N network to connect multiple Ethernet enabled devices such as game consoles, Digital Media Adapters, Printers, or Network Attached Storage devices to an existing wireless network. They provide incredibly high wireless performance 15x the speed and 5x the range of wireless G, guarantying multiple users more freedom to enjoy a great wireless Internet experience in the home, o­ffice, cafe or even a hotel or airport.
Product Type: Wireless Access Point
Wi-Fi Standard: IEEE 802.11n (draft)
ISM Band: Yes
ISM Minimum Frequency: 2.40 GHz
ISM Maximum Frequency: 2.48 GHz
Number of Antennas: 3
Antenna Gain: 4 dBi
Antenna Type: Omnidirectional Antenna
Wireless Transmission Speed: 300 Mbps
Fast Ethernet Port: Yes
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports: 1
Form Factor: Desktop

Internet Cafe / Beautiful Blur

Internet Cafe / Beautiful Blur
Mykonos, Greece

Source: Wikipedia
The sentence "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose." was written by Gertrude Stein as part of the 1913 poem Sacred Emily, which appeared in the 1922 book Geography and Plays. In that poem, the first "Rose" is the name of a woman. Stein later used variations on the phrase in other writings, and "A rose is a rose is rose" is probably her most famous quote, often interpreted as "things are what they are." In Stein’s view, the sentence expresses the fact that simply using the name of a thing already invokes the imagery and emotions associated with it. As the quote diffused through her own writing, and the culture at large, Stein once remarked "Now listen! I’m a fool. I know that in daily life we don’t go around saying ‘is a … is a … is a …’ Yes, I’m no fool; but I think that in that line the rose is red for the first time in English poetry for a hundred years." (Four in America).

Gertrude Stein’s repetitive language can be said to refer to the changing quality of language in time and history. She herself said to an audience at Oxford University that the statement referred to the fact that when the Romantics used the word "rose" it had a direct relationship to an actual rose. For later periods in literature this would no longer be true. The eras following romanticism, notably the modern era, use the word rose to refer to the actual rose, yet they also imply, through the use of the word, the archetypical elements of the romantic era. It also follows the rhetoric law of thricefold repetition to emphasize a point, as can be seen in speeches dating back to the sophists.

IMG 3707 LOTS OF ROOM AND GREAT HOSTS IN THE NEW INTERNET CAFE!

IMG 3707 LOTS OF ROOM AND GREAT HOSTS IN THE NEW INTERNET CAFE!
Not only can you expect great food at lunch, but Paula and company can seat up to 32 for business meetings, receptions, and birthdays, just to name a few.

She also caters to any type of event serving Hors d’Oeuvres to Prime Rib.

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