Posted on 22 February 2006

Wasatch Workspaces: SLC Public Library

Written by Robert Merrill

Topics: Utah Living

SLC Public LibraryThe DevUtah Wiki lists the SLC Public Library as a great place to plugin and get some work done. Today was my first time in, and I agree, it is an excellent location to get some inspiration, get some research done, or logon and crank out some code.

The only drawback in my mind is you can’t really use the phone too easilly since it’s a library (SHHHH!) but beside that, it’s a great place to go when you need a chance of scenery!

I am very impressed with the Salt Lake Public Library! What an awesome place to take a break, do some research, sit by a fireplace, or jump online. Free wireless Internet access is available. Sweet.

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  1. Matthew Reinbold Says:

    I agree entirely. While I was freelance contracting back in 2003 I loved riding Trax downtown and setting up camp along the bank of windows. I’d prefer if the place used wifi hotspots instead of ethernet jacks (they might have changed that in the last 3 years).

  2. Robert Merrill Says:

    Free wifi now, thanks to XMission. Cool.

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