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Name: Chad Patteson [[BR]]
Homepage: http://tiltshift.com/ [[BR]]
Node Info: Interested, but not wireless yet. Located on the south-east side of Capitol Hill in SW Portland.
Person Info: Interests include geocaching, photography, FreeGeek, web design, fighting spam, sailing, world domination, playing music (bass guitar and drums), making music (computer generated), Palm OS, and J.R. "Bob" Dobbs.
Experieced with: Photography / videography, Omni-Sky for Palm, Windoze 3.1 to 2000, Macintosh 7.5 - OS X, graphic design, audio software and hardware, journalism, GPS navigation, and recreational aviation.
'''Name:''' Chad Patteson [[BR]]
'''Homepage:''' http://tiltshift.com/ [[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]]
'''Person Info:''' Interests include geocaching, photography, FreeGeek, web design, fighting spam, sailing, world domination, playing music (bass guitar and drums), making music (computer generated), Palm OS, and J.R. "Bob" Dobbs. [[BR]]
'''Experieced with:''' Photography / videography, Omni-Sky for Palm, Windoze 3.1 to 2000, Macintosh 7.5 to OS X, graphic design, audio software and hardware, journalism, GPS navigation, and aviation.
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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. Once I get a wireless card, NIC, pigtail, rooftop antenna and software set up, I'll share my DSL with neighbors. Maybe even a several-mile point-to-point jump with parabolic antennas. Whoo! My end goal is to have fun learning, and to provide info and internet access to anyone who wants to have fun too. 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, NIC, pigtail, rooftop antenna and software. My end goal is to have fun learning, and teach anyone who wants to have fun too.

Name: Chad Patteson BR Homepage: http://tiltshift.com/ 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 Person Info: Interests include geocaching, photography, FreeGeek, web design, fighting spam, sailing, world domination, playing music (bass guitar and drums), making music (computer generated), Palm OS, and J.R. "Bob" Dobbs. BR Experieced with: Photography / videography, Omni-Sky for Palm, Windoze 3.1 to 2000, Macintosh 7.5 to OS X, graphic design, audio software and hardware, journalism, GPS navigation, and aviation.

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, NIC, pigtail, rooftop antenna and software. My end goal is to have fun learning, and teach anyone who wants to have fun too.

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