If there was a coffee place with free wireless, you could bet I’d be there a couple of times a day. What a competitive advantage that would be.
Even though I was sitting right under one of the signs indicating an access point, Netstumbler couldn’t make a connection. Now when I see Centrino ads, all I’m going to remember are the access points I couldn’t access.
Telephone services are very reliable and broadband is not. Think carefully before switching your telephone service to run over your cable modem.
A bright idea
Put a wireless access point anywhere you have a lightbulb.
Wireless to go
A small wireless access point makes it easy to set up wireless networks anywhere I go.
Always be on the lookout to provide additional value to your customers, especially if you can do it without adding any cost.
Warchalks are just advertising for open wireless networks.
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