Setting up the EEE 1005PE
This post has been far too long in coming – mainly because some miscrent broke into my car and stole a bunch of my gear – including the charger for my 6 hour old ASUS EEE 1005PE. The replacment charger took over 40 days to source (that’s what you get for living in New Zealand). […]
Portable Hacking Device for Soldiers
Now *this* is why it’d be fun to work in/with the Military in an innovation (non-lethal) capacity… loads of funding, loads of scope… okay, perhaps not here in New Zealand, but for economies such as the US, the defense contractors must get to play with some awesome toys, years ahead of the technology hitting the […]
Home Networking – the Why (not the How or What)
The first of what may become a series of presentations covering the home networking space. This presentation covers WHY you may want a home network, and what considerations need to be top of mind during planning.
Untethered Wireless Mesh
This is a straight out C&P from the ‘Free Wireless Auckland‘ blog. I’m happy for comments as to the morality (for want of a better term) of replicating blog postings between different blog sites, but I want to retain this link and figure this is a good place from which to do that. Thanks to […]
Will (Community) WiFi Work?
Over on the Free Auckland Wireless Blog, I pose the question that, if this community WiFi project takes off, can we then expect some corporate assistance by some of the ISPs and Telecommunication companies? Will the community be given the chance to grow, or will it be shut down by service providers leaning on their […]