...by something almost everytime I leave Sharpnet.
First of all, the reason I am there quite often is because my printer at the office is not working so when I need to print colour documents I have to choose between Busy Internet or Sharpnet, the choice is always easy as I'll do anything to stay away from the traffic at Circle.
Today I have been puzzled by a few things:
1. Why does the guy working the printers have to put in the papers one by one when you're printing colour? How does that work in such a busy internet café? Could they not think of any other system that might increase productivity and efficiency?
2. Why would anyone come to sit at Sharpnet to watch a full movie? (At least for the 35 mins I was there, it seemed like that was what the guy was doing).
3. This conversation:
A phone rings, you hear a baby babbling away instead of a normal musical tone:
"Chale, tha be your ring tone?"
"No, ee no be my ring tone, ee be someone calling me"
Eeeeh? (Is it me, or isn't it usually the ring tone you hear when someone calls you?)
Then, as i looked for a link to Sharpnet for the blog, to my amazement I realise there isn't one.
4. How, why, would an internet café that surely must be one of the busiest (although well after Busy) in Accra, not have its own website, and if they do, how hidden is it????
Answers on a postcard, please...