Want to surf the web in style just meters away from people dying of dysentery? Do you want to know the places in the world with the highest speed dial-up Internet? Or maybe you’re just in a third world country and you desperately need to google or to send a fax? Either way, you want to do it in style.
Thanks to the democracy spreading recently in the Middle East, you can also post Facebook updates on the US Army bombing your city right from the spot.
After Myspace’s dramatic fall in popularity in recent years, the social networking website‘s headquarters have moved to a new land. Rumors have it the cybercafe is actually more profitable than the site itself. A place for friends, indeed.
But since a cybercafe alone might not always be the single key to success, multifunctionality can help. I mean, why not do your laundry while you check your e-mail?
Pictures from eblogx.com.