2. Atlanta (last year’s winner)
3. Washington, D.C.
Forbes toasted D.C. as the “wired city to watch,” because someone on the new team totes a BlackBerry.
“[D.C.], Like New York, Except its Actually Serious.–Wonkette
Meanwhile on January 21, 2009, New York City launched a state-of-the-art serious, wireless, $1.8 million Tourist Information Center in midtown Manhattan north of Times Square [here]. New York City teamed up with Google, Travelocity and Time Out New York to launch the center and nycgo.com, a New York City tourist portal.