Urban residents increasingly difficult to do without modern technology. Phones and tablets accompany us everywhere: to communicate, work and play can be anywhere there is Internet access. Canadian authorities have decided to meet the trend up to the end of the year in remote national parks of the country will be set up to 20 wireless access points in the world wide web. And in the next three years, their number will be increased to 75, according to “The Daily Telegraph”.
Wi-Fi appears in the national parks of the Rocky Mountains and the Bay of Fundy. In some places it will be free, but somewhere for using the Internet to pay. But to enjoy the dramatic landscape of wild northern nature can be online, sharing experiences with friends on social networks and self publishing on a background of mountain peaks. The quality of communication allows even not break away from work: writing reports, watching whales, much nicer than in a stuffy office.
But there were also opponents of the initiative. Scientists believe glow mobile devices at night can scare animals. A traveler can not break away from the screens during campaigns instead admire the scenery silent remote corners of Canada.
However, worldwide there are more wireless access points to the Internet, sometimes in the most unexpected places. They are even in the Everest base camp at an altitude of 5380 meters and Barneo, which is 80 kilometers from the North Pole. And in the American town of Paducah (Kentucky) access point Wi-Fi is set in the local cemetery.