Cyber-cafe that's just like home

March 2013
Daily Mail;3/29/2013, p17
ANYONE who has worked from home knows it can be lonely. That's why so many freelance and parttime workers end up in the local coffee shop. Now, an ingenious website has come up with a cheaper way to recreate the café atmosphere at home. Website coffitivity.com offers users a recording of the ambient sound of a coffee shop with low conversation, the whirr of a milk steamer and the clink of teacups. Users simply plug their headphones into the computer to be transported to their local Starbucks or Insomnia.


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