DIARY: Where there actually is a spider on the web

Bill Gates must be quaking in his mink slippers. The racy hotbed of innovation that is, erm, Hatfield, is "basking in the white heat of a technological revolution", apparently. Ramada Jarvis has revealed figures that show visitors to its property in Hertfordshire are 15 times more likely to use wireless internet access than anywhere else in the UK. Quite why a sleepy woodland town is party to such a staggering anomaly is unclear - allegations of squirrels downloading music and badgers playing Minesweeper remain unconfirmed.

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