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The San Francisco Examiner was kind enough to add a quote from visionary God-mayor Gavin Newsom to a short article about Meraki's plans to provide a few free wireless routers to San Francisco residents in order to create free Wi-Fi hotspots in San Francisco neighborhoods. "People act as relays and they are able to be receptors of sorts,” Newsom told the Ex — in a quote that Gavvy-Gave also could have used to describe the local hepatitis epidemic. Meraki's plans, however, won't spread hepatitis-fast:

With just a few dozen access points and coverage for some public housing projects planned, nor at speeds as snappy as the free fiber optic connections the non-profit Internet Archive is providing to a new public housing development. Meanwhile, along the Peninsula, MetroFi's routers will go dark over the coming weeks in Valley hubs like Cupertino, which can now chalk up the city's second failed attempt at a public-private partnership to bring free Wi-Fi to residents. (Photo by AP/Eric Risberg)