The Internet Cafe Racer was created by a team of five young Australians who want to make a difference in the way Australians enjoy the internet.
It was launched in December last year, and since then it has attracted more than 1,200 registered users.
The internet cafe is not a cafe at all, but a virtual cafe where people can meet and hang out.
It’s a way to meet people online for the first time and to experience a different type of online life.
“It’s very similar to what you might do with a coffee shop or a social meeting, it’s just that it’s a virtual one,” co-founder Andrew McKeague said.
“It makes a great first experience for people, so it’s an incredible way to start.”
“If we’re going to create a cafe, we need to be a social place, we don’t need a café.”
Mr McKeefe said the team is looking to grow the number of users who are logged in.
“We’re currently looking at around 100 to 150 users, and we’re working towards 150 more,” he said.
He said the aim was to get the cafe up and running before Christmas, but he expects that it will take a few more months.
While the cafe is a virtual café, there are some limitations on what users can and cannot do.
For example, it is not possible to chat on the phone.
Mr Mckeefe said that if a user wants to use a chat app like WhatsApp, they need to sign in to their Facebook account.
“I don’t know if you could sign in through Facebook, I don’t have any idea,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“But we’re definitely looking at the possibility of doing that as part of our plan.”
Mr Schmoesberg said it was a great idea to use the technology to offer people an alternative to the traditional cafe experience.
“If you look at the history of the internet, the people who have had the most success with the technology have been people that were really interested in connecting with people, engaging with people,” he explained.
“This is a new frontier for what people want to do on the internet.”
Topics:cafe-racing,technology,internet-technology,cannabis,federal-government,internet,australiaFirst posted October 03, 2019 07:40:48Contact Sarah HigginsonMore stories from Victoria