Speaking of..

Speaking of IT folks solving their own problems, Jason has an interesting problem he’s trying to solve with the public wifi hotspots where he works. I don’t have a solution, but I tend to think that if you’re creating public hotpots you don’t worry about neighbors getting access. Of course, maybe that’s just me.

Watch those typos

This morning, after a doctor’s appointment, I was greeted by a frightened employee worried about what might show up in her Internet History. It seems that she wanted to check a prices on something at a sporting soods store and inverted two of the letters in the name, when she typed the URL. That new…

Net Stumbler

According to Gizmodo, Netstumbler 0.4 is out with: “support of the Atheros, Atmel, and Intersil Prism2-based cards (the chipset many WiFi PCMCIA and CF cards use), which means there’s a better chance that NetStumbler or MiniStumbler will work with your hardware.” I could never get the previous version to work with my PCMCIA wireless card,…