‘Wi-Fi tended to create ‘1984’ feel’

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‘Wi-Fi tended to create ‘1984’ feel’

Booth wants people to talk to each other
Patrick Booth, proprietor of Bedhead Coffeehouse on Colorado Highway 3, speaks to a customer while preparing coffee in the shop Thursday. Games adorn the tables of the establishment that does not have Wi-Fi because Booth encourages patrons to talk and interact with each other.
Old school Post-it notes hold customers’ guesses to trivia questions on the walls of Bedhead Coffeehouse on Colorado Highway 3. Proprietor Patrick Booth offers games and newspapers but no Wi-Fi to get customers talking.
Patrick Booth, proprietor of Bedhead Coffeehouse on Colorado Highway 3, takes a break Thursday. Booth, who worked in the technology field before opening the business, made a conscious choice not to offer Wi-Fi to encourage customers to interact.

‘Wi-Fi tended to create ‘1984’ feel’

Patrick Booth, proprietor of Bedhead Coffeehouse on Colorado Highway 3, speaks to a customer while preparing coffee in the shop Thursday. Games adorn the tables of the establishment that does not have Wi-Fi because Booth encourages patrons to talk and interact with each other.
Old school Post-it notes hold customers’ guesses to trivia questions on the walls of Bedhead Coffeehouse on Colorado Highway 3. Proprietor Patrick Booth offers games and newspapers but no Wi-Fi to get customers talking.
Patrick Booth, proprietor of Bedhead Coffeehouse on Colorado Highway 3, takes a break Thursday. Booth, who worked in the technology field before opening the business, made a conscious choice not to offer Wi-Fi to encourage customers to interact.
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