Does Cambridge University & the Judge Institute want to show the world how antediluvian it can be?

Interesting panel but, as an aside, the Judge Institute does not let people in the audience have access to WiFi unless they are registered students. This makes the Judge Institute look really stupid.¬†Really, really stupid. How can they possibly host talks from some of the world’s most interesting technology businesses, hoping to imbue the entrepreneurs of Cambridge with a Silicon Valley spirit when they can’t even get their heads around the concept of making WiFi available?

This has not changed for four years. It makes the Judge Institute and Cambridge University look pathetic. Please change. The 21st century started 11 years ago.

 

One response to “Does Cambridge University & the Judge Institute want to show the world how antediluvian it can be?”

  1. frank morris says:

    Organisers should boycott venues without open wifi