5 Starbucks didn’t have any left — the few that they had were over-utilized and over-subscribed — quite the octopussy mess. I posit that cafes in NYC and elsewhere would be able to fill their cafes during dead time like 2-5 PM or 10-12 AM with people who are needing to top up their iPhones, iPads, Androids, Blackberries and other thirsty 3G phones. Cosi got my business because I could find a single plug 5 tables away from where I sat — desperately hoping that there isn’t a New Yorker worth his salt who would ever steal a Blackberry — why would anyone want a BB when the iPhone exists!
Everyone occasionally finds themselves using a friend’s computer or a public computer. No matter how much you trust your friends you may find that you are concerned with the possibility of leaving behind automatically saved passwords, cookies, and other cached data.
Google Chrome has a built in solution to this problem. This solution is called “Incognito Mode” and can be activated with a simple keyboard shortcut.
Simply press ctrl, shift, and “N” all at the same time. When you press ctrl, shift and “N” at the same time, an “Incognito Mode” browser window will be opened. The video below goes into detail: