Daily Archives:June 10th, 2002

Two interesting pieces of WiFi news today

From the New York Times: Etherlinx, a company based (of course) in a Silicon Valley garage, is developing a modified 802.11 for connecting the ‘last mile’ to homes. Or, in their case, up to the last 20 miles. Their box goes on the wall of the house and has two radio cards: one talking to their base stations and one doing WiFi into the home.

And from MacCentral:
IBM is rolling out large amounts of 802.11 on corporate campuses and is investigating the idea of national networks. It’ll be interesting if they ever get further than talking about it.

Blogger to RSS

[Original Link] Aaron Swartz came up with a way of allowing Blogger sites to produce an RSS feed. Julian Bond has made a version of the service available on his site.

The collaboration of all these helpful people means that is much easier for me to read my friend Laura’s weblog. What a wonderful world!

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