The End of Airport WiFi?

An interesting battle is going on in Boston over airport WiFi. If one side wins it may spell the end to WiFi in airports — at least those not operated by the airport itself. The Boston Globe reports that Logan International Airport officials’ ongoing quest to ban airline lounges from offering passengers free WiFi Internet services …

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The Wi-Fi Revolution And Smart Homes

It always amazes me how many home Wi-Fi networks there are. I don’t do a lot of sniffing, but wherever I am I take a look and there they are, whether it’s a Jakarta towerblock or rural England. Wi-Fi, it seems, is as commonplace as any other kind of connection. And now market research company …

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Welcome To The Anablog

Here’s a new blog dedicated to the craft of penmenship and paper over the digital world, put together by two great Moleskinners, graphic designer Mike Rohde and Armand Frasco of Moleskinerie.com. [Journalisimo] is an attempt to invite a return to analog. Many of us live very digital lives. We push pixels around screens. Our lives …

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News: Is Wi-Fi A Health Threat?

 An Illinois lawsuit against a school district is bringing attention to the possible health effects of wireless networks. Wi-Fi Networking News takes a closer look at concludes that while a study used by the parents in the case “should certainly disturb those in the cell industry, it?s applicability to Wi-Fi is very very low.”