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Would you go to a Wi-Fi-connected, lights-on movie theater?

  13.08.06 4:41pm

Hunter Walk, a venture capitalist in San Francisco, recently took to his blog to reinvent the movie theater industry. In his 20s, Walk says, he used to go to the movies quite a bit. Now? Not so much. That's partly the result of having kids, he says, but it's "more of a lifestyle decision" than anything else:

Read about it here: http://theweek.com/article/index/247874/would-you-go-to-a-wi-fi-connected-lights-on-movie-theater