Gone For A While

I’m going to interupt your regularly scheduled broadcasting to publish this general service announcement about my schedule: I’m going to California (in fact, by the time you read this, I’ve probably already left) and I won’t be returning to New York until after February 11th. This means I’ll be (somewhat) incommunicado, and I’m not going […]

Guide to Developing Low-Cost Wireless Networks

If you’ve ever wanted to set up your own wireless network (perhaps you want to run a community hotspot), then Wireless Networking in the Developing World is the book for you! Don’t be fooled by the name. It’s all about low-cost wireless telecommunications infrastructure. And it’s free.

The Secret to Cable Management

I’ve made a brilliant revelation. I’ve discovered the one secret every tech whore yearns to learn. I’ve unearthed the secret to cable management. (Until Bluetooth and WiMAX take over the realm of inter-networking and peripheral interconnections.) The secret is: get the cables off the ground. Sara and I spent most of the day cleaning our […]

I’ve noticed that I’ve been unusually irritable for the past few days. I can’t yet pinpoint when it started, but it was sometime earlier this week. It’s been an on-and-off thing, usually following mood cycles and with very defineable triggers. This past trigger was looking at my bank balance and seeing that I couldn’t cover […]