Pocket-lint.co.uk Nintendo offers free wi-fi at MacDonalds in US news story: "Nintendo has signed planed with a wifi hotspot carrier in America that means its Nintendo DS users will be able to play wirelessly in nearly 6,000 McDonald's restaurants across the United States. Through the agreement with Wayport, Nintendo will offer complimentary access to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, the video game giant's new wireless gaming service that goes online Nov. 14."
The Journal Times Online: "Mornings can be hectic - getting the kids to school, trying to beat the traffic - and sometimes fast-food places seem like the only option for breakfast in a hurry. The key is to make the best choices.'It's better to eat something in the morning than to skip breakfast entirely,' says Lalita Kaul, an American Dietetic Association spokeswoman and professor of community and family medicine at Howard University. 'Your body hasn't gotten any nourishment between dinner and waking. By trying to make it to noon, you're starving yourself.'"
Real Restaurants Go to College: "To the college dining staples of Salisbury steak and shepherd's pie, students at George Mason University can now add a $16.99 rack of barbecue ribs, an $18.99 filet mignon and soon, if they are of age, a shot of tequila or a vodka martini, and charge it all to their college meal cards.When a branch of Damon's Grill opened at the Fairfax City campus Oct. 3, it was more than a response to student requests for more dining options. It launched the chain and George Mason food contractor Sodexho USA into an experiment at moving college dining a step upscale, adding a full-service restaurant with a bar to the fast food franchises and burger joints that are standard on college campuses."