The auditorium in the new TimesCenter, part of The New York Times headquarters, left some laptop toting visitors attending the AAAA digital conference hungering for a little power.
Turns out the auditorium has no place for visitors to plug in their laptops and recharge their batteries.
While that’s common in older venues, it’s surprising for a site built for the 21st century.
On the plus side, there’s wireless Internet service.
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