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PotF: DIY Mobile Free WiFi Hotspot
WiFi here at the Portland Convention Center is a steep $12.95 a day. I've got two phones with high speed EVDO wireless, so I hooked up the Sprint A920 phone I have (courtesy of the Ambassador program), and got my Tablet PC connected. Then, after trying to make sharing via WiFi work on my Tablet PC and failing, we hooked up an ethernet cable to the iMac next to me, and are using the Mac's Internet Sharing capability to share out the connection. The result? A free open WiFi hotspot for people at Podcast on the Floor to use, without having to pay $12.95 for access. It's a shared connection, and only about 300Kbps, but it's working great so far.Flickr on the Kindle - Kindleflickr
If you were wondering whether or not the browser that comes with a Kindle can access Flickr, wonder no more. This is a photo of my current Flickr photostream on the Amazon Kindle. This device does a lot more than most people realize. I like to read when in bed. If I want to look up something I just read about I just click the 'Search' button and am presented with options including Google and Wikipedia. You no longer have to say "Someday I will look that up." You just do it immediately and then return to reading the book.
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