I was reading the USAToday last night and saw a photo that reflects what I see in person a lot. On the main page of the Money section (above the fold) is a man using his laptop, while sitting in his car, outside a public library...that is closed for the day. The article "Rural Americans Long to be Linked" talks about people still waiting for the digital revolution to arrive.
I see this all the time at my local public library branch. I will be going to the drive-through book drop (which I love) at night and there will be a smattering of cars in the parking lot using the available wi-fi. Just a thought...are we capturing statistics of folks doing this?