A cybercafe (also referred to as Internet Cafe) is a place offering computers for rent with the ability to check email, surf the Internet, make connections with others via chat, upload digital photos, play games, utilize word processing and other software products. Many cafes also offer other business services and refreshments. Establishments with the primary purpose of interactive gaming should be sent to Computers/Internet/Cybercafes/Gaming All other general purpose cybercafes should be submitted to the appropriate regional sub-category. Businesses which are primarily a restaurant, that happens to also offer a couple of internet terminals should be sent to the appropriate Regional locality.
SFGate: "Africa's Booming Cybercafes Buzz in No-frills Milieu"
An article by Hiawatha Bray at the Boston Globe about internet communications opportunities in Africa. (July 29, 2001)
SFGate: "Cybercafes Lure Travelers"
The San Francisco Chronicle's article about cybercafés. (April 14, 1998)
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