Naperville is at the forefront in yet another category: free, wireless Internet access. At least for a 60-day trial period in the immediate downtown area. But before you grab your laptop and head to Starbucks, there's something you need to know about security.
Maybe this is obvious to everyone, maybe not. But wi-fi isn't secure, and it never will be. So while it may be convenient for checking ballgame scores, you don't want to use it for banking or shopping that involves confidential information that can be hacked. And it's slow, so if you're used to high-speed video, etc., at home, be prepared and be patient.
Given that, what you think of Wi-fi downtown? Is this something you're likely to check out once, consider using on a regular basis if it becomes available, or something you don't care much about at all?