On 5/30/05, Timothy Murphy <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
>> Are there people still using Ethernet?
All the wires are nicely embedded in the walls, security is assured.
A cable goes from the house to my shed, where a computer sits nicely processing
my internet connection. It was loud, my spouse didn't want it on all the time.
Some fifty odd feet of cabling (telephone and ethernet) later, et
voila - server shed.
Don't want to know about the convenience wifi may have given me. My
solution is robust and it works.
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