Story about Wi-Fi Icon
Imagine the horror of entering a coffee
shop that doesn’t have Wi-Fi on the menu. It’s 1995. People are engaging in conversations or worse yet, getting job done. People are meeting up with friends without telling Snapchat about it. They are ordering more than a refillable cup of brewed coffee. Meals are being served and eaten without Instagram
knowing. No bulky laptops hogging space, no tangled power cords to trip over. No one overstays; table turnover rate is high. The coffee shop
is earning. But we wouldn’t know all of that because we left immediately once we heard that there’s no Wi-Fi. What does “No Wi-Fi” even mean?
There are two very recognizable WiFi icons
that have the power to attract anyone looking to prey on free Wi-Fi. One is the yin yang-looking logo developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to boosting and certifying Wi-Fi products.
The other logo features a dot with curved lines that appear to diffuse from it, signifying the presence of a Wi-Fi signal.
Some of the icons connected to WiFi are:
- Airplane mode