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internet cafes

Does any one know where there is a internet cafe in liverpool , i know of cafe latte whice only has 4 terminals and the easy jet in clayton square , surely there is a couplemore somewhere any help appreciated.

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I think there is one in North John Street in the City Centre.

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try the BBC Mersey radio centre near Paradise Bus Station, or your local Library if you have enough ID...

i think there's one near concert square, poss near parr st, but can't currently remember where! not very useful, sorry!

we're shockingly low in Net cafe's up here. so much for Cap of Culture eh?!

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Thanks for the replys , liverpool is low of internet cafes , compared to say dublin , not good for the capital of culture.

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Can't really see the link between the number of Internet cafes in Liverpool and the Capital of Culture title. Why is it an issue/problem?

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There is an easy-internet cafe upstairs in the shopping mall in clayton square...open 9 - 6.

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nice one tony! forgot about the clayton square one - this is probably the most central and easy to get to place for the net too!

in reply to the link between the C of C and internet access, its really just a symptom of a wider problem... the internet is a valuable source of cultural data, and the c of c simply dont use any of the rescourses available to grow and spread cultural activites like Art, Theatre, Music and Sport. Every cultural rescourse we have has run and will run independantly from the 'culture company/bid' and has been in place for years before we ever made the bid for '08.

local artist and those in the cultural industry realised quite early on that there would be no grass roots projects, no new galleries for local work, very little, in fact, of anything but new shopping malls (when we have to much retail space all ready) and new highrise flats that local people can't afford. the local population is starting to realise this too.

its sad that we've squandered such a valuable opportunity. 08 could have helped the local population with initatives such as free internet points or incentives for more net-cafe's allowing locals to find jobs or advertise and look up local events.

appologies for the rant!

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Andrew

You don't need the internet to access information on local events/activities. It is a valuable tool, but posters, flyers, local radio, etc. also spread information about local events.

There are many people who have never used the internet and wouldn't have a clue about "googling" for information on 'what's on'. The city does have internet access in the cafes already mentioned and the many libraries.

I simply find it annoying that people are 'blaming' the Capital of Culture for any thing which the city lacks. Instead of getting out and about and enjoying what it does have.