I am proud to say that during my leave, the good IT folks at my library finished making the whole library system wifi compatible!
Read about it here:
This morning, I’m IMing with SJCPL staffer Sean who said this week on his floor — the magazine/fiction area –he saw a Powerbook user, a windows [...]
Having lunch at Dan Marino’s and finding it’s a Wifi Hotspot!
Off to LITA’s Top Tech trends program…
CJ at technobiblio, who consistently hits on stuff that gets me thinking and saying a “Wow” internally, has this fabulous post about ALA and wireless.
He writes: My dream – this “check-box” exists at the registration desk this year – Conference staff person: “Here is your scarlet letter (I mean canvas bag) with lots of [...]
“And that’s not even counting today’s adults that are already sitting at Panera every morning, surfing while sipping.”
Uh oh! That’s me for sure!
Take a look at Jenny’s note about wifi success from Steve Oberg, who I’ve chatted with a few times.
I’m finishing up the first draft of my “technolust” article today. IMing with Jenny and reading over my notes, I’ve decided Kansas City is, in the words of Beck, “where it’s at.”
David King, cool IT/Web guy there just sent me this page for the KC initiative to get 100 wifi hotspots in KC, including [...]
Here’s a hoot of a term courtesy of the new WIRED, which was in my mailbox this afternoon:
A cluster of nonsecure (“naked”) wireless networks.
UPDATE: this is one of my most hot posts! I wonder why…:-)