Getting Connected at the Convention Center

Wi-fi connections are available in the convention center, although you may have to pay. I found a free one – netstation — which should appear in the menu when your Wi-fi card detects the wireless networks. It’s free, but it isn’t secure.jadams@sla.org.

Wi-fi connections also are available along the 16th Street Mall, Denver’s downtown pedestrian shopping and dining area.

If you don’t want to carry your laptop around, PCs are available in the Cyber Connection in the registration area. You may use them during registration hours. New this year is a second Cyber Connection in the exhibit hall. You can use those PCs during exhibit hours.

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