Sunday, March 2, 2008

Infogram Weekend Edition, Links to Links

Infogram Weekend: WiFi Tricks and a Use for Windows

It's the weekend, and the Infogram editor is in geeking around mode, so I found a neat little videa on how to use your cell phone as a secondary antenna for WiFi on your computer. Yes, you too can experiment with salad bowls wrapped in tinfoil, all in the name of science! Not much of a signal boost so far, but I did pick up additional networks.

Also of note, something useful to do with Windows (other than solitaire), using XP and 98 sounds to compose music in a video here.


Eddie Awad has some useful Oracle links to offer, so I'm linking to his links. Somewhere down this chain of mirroring links there are actual web pages you can read.

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