Dillons enters cyberspace

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Dillons enters cyberspace

Dillons has followed Cyberia's example by setting up a Cyber Station at its main Gower Street bookshop in central London. It has eight PCs linked to the World Wide Web, and charges pounds 3 for a 30-minute session. You can also book in advance and, unlike the Cyberia cafes, are not expected to drink cappuccino as you surf.

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