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Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Fwd: [Fwd: Re: [FCNYC_Cafe] inexpensive wi-fi]
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From: "Michael L. Richardson"
To: emiker-at-gmail.com, mlr52-at-michaellrichardson.com
Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 23:54:15 -0400
Subj: [Fwd: Re: [FCNYC_Cafe] inexpensive wi-fi]
Ever hear of this?
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Subject: Re: [FCNYC_Cafe] inexpensive wi-fi
Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 20:50:07 -0400
If you are going to go for this, MSKE SURE you secure your
computers so that no one can get access to your computers.
Sunday, September 17, 2006, pj pjreporter-at-yahoo.com wrote:
> Who couldn't use a little FREE Wi-Fi in this
> city? It's $5 to get the
> router during beta-testing...Sign up and pass it
>> Date: 06 Sep 2006 07:50:25 -0000
>> From: today-at-dailycandy.com
>> Subject: DailyCandy NYC - Wi, Oh, Wi?
>> This is the text version of DailyCandy NYC.
>> To see the accompanying visuals (so much
> prettier), go to:
>> September 6, 2006
>> Wi, Oh, Wi?
>> In the proud tradition of
> the-best-things-online-are-free (ahem),
>> you shared your Internet connection with the
> hood. Then your
>> neighbor swamped your connection downloading
> every episode of
>> No need to hog the broadband. There's a way to
> sensibly share the
>> love: Join WiFi4NY.
>> WiFi4NY gives away free FON routers to anyone
> in Manhattan with a
>> broadband connection (live elsewhere and pay
> just five bucks). FON
>> is a social router that interacts with other
> routers. You use it
>> to get web access; it diverts the bandwidth
> that you aren't using
>> to others.
>> In return, you get access to any FON router --
> and, therefore,
>> free Wi-Fi -- anywhere in the world. Have a
> fast connection at
>> home? Join anyway to help make the city
> wireless (and log on
>> gratis wherever you are).
>> Obviously, the more people who share, the
> better. Those without
>> broadband can access it for $3 a day.
>> FON configures itself the first time you
> connect. But if you run
>> into trouble, WiFi4NY has a hotline.
>> Because, you know, we all get by with a little
> help from our
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