Friday, April 21, 2006

New US law requires some businesses to secure their WiFi networks 

Nuts in New York...

"One New York county has solved the "problem" of unauthorized access to unsecured wireless networks by passing a new law. Businesses operating in Westchester County will soon need to turn on security settings for their WiFi networks if they are used to access financial information for their customers."


Tuesday, April 11, 2006

IPaction ACTUALLY Buying IPods For US Senators 

Er, music to our ears?


Monday, April 10, 2006

All Our Base Are Belong To Us 

All Our Base Are Belong To Us

All Our Base Are Belong To Us

Trusted Computing on a Mac? (Again?) 

"Among technology enthusiasts, the topic of DRM often makes for heated debate. If nerds were polled, you would likely find a majority opposed to the idea on philosophical grounds, but also likely resigned to it. Not so among the geek fringe, where "information wants to be free" is more than an inane, anthropomorphic cliche, it's a belief system.

And while OS X has acquired a certain amount of street cred among propeller heads, there is also wariness. After all, iTunes is arguably the biggest exporter of DRM on the planet. Well, if this blog is correct, Apple Computer may have just joined the Evil Empire. It appears that a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) has been tracked down at last, and the reaction is not surprising."


Friday, April 07, 2006

OS X Kernel Panic, PBG3 Doesn't Do 10.4.6 

Installed 10.4.6 on my Pismo PB G3, had a panic attack. First time for everything, I guess.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

WiFi N2N ISP Co-op Wireless Nomad Blog 


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