WIFI Annoys Me Kpalime, Togo West Africa Thursday, March 29, 2007
WIFI is a way to give a few users access to one internet connection point, serves as a LAN - Local Area Network, another toy and a nice toy in certain instances, but not a tool, not a sledge hammer, a small Childs hammer.
I am sending 25 U.S. Dollars to my friend Craig of Travelvice.com from my paypal.com account.
Hobo pays up.
There was an offer made, and I think technically he won the offer.
FROM Craig’s site: http://travelvice.com/archive/2007/03/upstream-downgrade.php
WIFI is like Fools Gold to me a Traveler. Looks like Gold, but is not what I need and want, not all that glitters is gold.
Quote from Craig:
Amazon River Wi-Fi Several weeks ago my buddy Andy left a comment that he'd give me US$25 if I found Wi-Fi access on my boat trip up the Amazon. Well, look what I came across...
Then later Craig says,
Quote from Craig: - I could connect, but couldn't use the Internet, as the signal required authentication that I didn't possess.-
WIFI she does not give it up! The goal is an internet connection, not WIFI, this is just a a ways to a means.
ME WIFI is like a big excuse, I will meet you and they do not show up, I will call you and they never call. It is a big promise, which never gives results.
When I do not need a connection, when I am in a location where high speed internet access is everywhere, there I find a WIFI connection. A WIFI is a good Local Area Network a great way to allow a few people to connect to the same internet connection.
This is not the future of Wireless Internet Connection. I think the end will land around a Satellite Connection or a Cell Tower connection, not a router set up.
WIFI is a great suggestion that does not work as a way of providing internet to the whole planet, it is just a fancy way to replace an Ethernet wire, and if you want to give me access in a hotel. PLEASE wire the hotel with Ethernet and do not give me WIFI, unless you are putting the transmitter in MY room.
Annoying and annoying, you never call, you never write, promises, promise and I just sit here waiting, dreams that never come true.