Redman of Gartner said American users are far more likely to read e-mail messages or check stock quotes or peruse news.
Mark Jameson, McDonald's senior director for business development, said the company was ''overall, really happy'' with wireless project, but it has brought some surprises.
But online entertainment -- whether fee-based or free -- could gain a foothold, as Starbucks has shown. As overall Internet use rises, Ms.
Johnson, an analyst with Forrester research. A majority of those hot spots will be in places like McDonald's and Starbucks that see offering Internet access as a way to attract customers during parts of the day when they might typically stay away.
The goal is for the reader to keep turning the page.
While places like McDonald's and Starbucks will be critical to the growth of the wireless Internet in the coming year, Mr. The number of wireless ''hot spots'' is still tiny compared with the Internet connections wired to homes and offices. The typical wireless user stays for 45 minutes.
Frederick said there are some limitations to what Amazon. Your sample menu should also include prices that are based on a detailed cost analysis. Growth in mainstream usage will depend largely on the attitude of business people, said David Vucina, Wayport's chief executive.
Most independent restaurant investors are in this for more than just money, so giving some indication of what you value and who you are outside of work may also be helpful.