Better Wireless Connection

better wireless connection
    wireless connection
  • Wireless network refers to any type of computer network that is wireless, and is commonly associated with a telecommunications network whose interconnections between nodes are implemented without the use of wires.
  • (Wireless Connections) Medium is the Earth's atmosphere, or space, and the signals are microwaves.
  • a type of Internet access that does not require any wires or cables and allows users to browse the Internet while traveling or outside of their home or office without having a physical connection. Often a password is required to connect to a wireless network.

Just mucking around. I've always wondered what rootedness must be like for our vegetative friends. Imagine, not being able to escape the elements. Or animals. Or insects. Things chewing on you... peeing on you... pausing on you... hollowing out parts of you and raising their families there... Um... whenever I post something like this, I think of R Crumb. Or... more to the point, his older brother, who was also an artist. He died fairly young, and left behind a series of books, in which he'd done his drawings through the years. Looking back, you could clearly see the reflection of his burgeoning mental illness. I saw a similar series of images recently... paintings by... hmmm, Monet? Tracking the degeneration of his eyesight. Um... yeah. So I sometimes wonder if I'm tracking my own mental decline here on Flickr... my own downward spiral into ever-weirder levels of weirdness... Good thing that stuff is only visible in hindsight, after someone's dead and gone. (Although, I have been reading about the brain damage caused by migraines... and how it's cumulative... and how, over a lifetime, a migraineur's cognitive abilities are seriously eroded... )
Dlink DSL-604T ADSL connection status
Dlink DSL-604T ADSL connection status
It's rather poor! Can't get anything better than that. No wireless service to speak of so it's poor-grade ADSL or satellite internet. Ho hum. Telstra now claims, after three visits already to 'sort out' why the ADSL gives such poor sync speeds, that there is a 'voice fault' on the line. Four loading coils have already been removed (the line is well over 8 km long!) and they're meant to be every 1800 m or so along the copper cable route. Since the National Broadband Network will never run fibre-optic cable to places like this, and since the Australian Broadband Guarantee program is being shut down as of the end of June 2011, anyone in a remote area (even though I'm only about 80 km from Newcastle!) will be shafted - again.

better wireless connection
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