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FEER: Wi-Fi is Aiming for the Masses

By | June 10, 2004

This week I write in FEER about Wi-Fi for the masses. Here’s a sneak peek:  In corners of Asia, away from the bustling business districts, a loose array of activists, entrepreneurs and former dotcommers is cobbling together ad-hoc Wi-Fi networks using whatever suits the environment, from bicycles and sonar panels to power computers, to motorbikes, buses, bullock carts… Read More »