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No wireless-LAN hardware yet. So far I'm just reformatting an old 486 to serve as an access point, and playing with binoculars on my rooftop. I still need a wireless card, pigtail, and rooftop antenna. My goal is to have fun learning, teach anyone who wants to have fun, and subvert the dominant paradigm. No wireless-LAN hardware yet. I'll be picking up a Unisys CloneArmy box soon, and playing with binoculars on my rooftop. I still need a wireless card, pigtail, and rooftop antenna. My goal is to have fun learning, teach anyone who wants to have fun, and subvert the dominant paradigm.
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The funky list of all the pages I've contributed to:
Update: 29-Aug-2002 -- A few hours ago I attended the PTP meeting, bough my first wireless card and now at midnight I couldn't resist trying it out. Here I am at the corner of Market St. and Park, somewhere near the Park Blocks node, and I'm SURFING friggin' WIRELESSLY!@#@! Thanks PTP crew!

The funky list of all the pages that have my name on them:

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Name: Chad Patteson BR Homepage: http://tiltshift.com/ BR Contact: http://tiltshift.com/cgi-bin/form/comments.shtm or chad at tiltshift dot com. BR Node Map: http://maps.personaltelco.net/node?id=437 BR Node Pictures: http://tiltshift.com/network/ BR Node Info: Interested, but not wireless yet; located in SW Portland on the south-east side of Capitol Hill (near the Terwilligar Curves of I-5). BR Experieced with: GPS geocaching, photography (including 360-deg. panoramas) / videography, Omni-Sky for Palm, Windoze 3.1 to 2000, Macintosh 7.5 to OS X, basic *nix, Palm OS, basic Perl scripts, fighting spam, print and Web design, FreeGeek, audio software and hardware, playing music (bass guitar and drums), making music using computers, J.R. "Bob" Dobbs, journalism, sailing, aviation, and world domination.

No wireless-LAN hardware yet. I'll be picking up a Unisys CloneArmy box soon, and playing with binoculars on my rooftop. I still need a wireless card, pigtail, and rooftop antenna. My goal is to have fun learning, teach anyone who wants to have fun, and subvert the dominant paradigm.

-chad

p.s. remember, [http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22the+airwaves+belong+to+the+people%22 "the airwaves belong to the people"].

Update: 29-Aug-2002 -- A few hours ago I attended the PTP meeting, bough my first wireless card and now at midnight I couldn't resist trying it out. Here I am at the corner of Market St. and Park, somewhere near the Park Blocks node, and I'm SURFING friggin' WIRELESSLY!@#@! Thanks PTP crew!

The funky list of all the pages that have my name on them:

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