You might find some public art objectionable. If part of the art is providing free Wi-Fi, will you still object?
Since December 2013 there is a Tesla statue providing free Wi-Fi in Palo Alto with a time capsule to be opened in 2043, 100 years after Tesla died.
A successful kickstarter campaign was held for the sculpture and free Wi-Fi. It also has it’s own website: https://www.teslastatue.com/ and can be counted as a true Silicon Valley experience.You can also support this artwork and the Wi-Fi by buying a small replica on Amazon (this is the final year of sale).
Dorian Porter of Northern Imagination LLC ran this successful campaign and Harold Hohbach a landowner provides a place in front of one of his office buildings, 260 Sheridan Ave, Palo Alto.
Yes, your local coffee shop provides Wi-Fi, but I still love the art created by Terry Geyer.
Where do you go to surf for free?
Palo Alto is a haven for public art. I do like the murals on California Ave.