Ah stop would ya.
1. "3 Broadband" is "broadband" whatever way you look at it. Stop annoying
me in my time of need.
2. I have no intention of stealing anything. Supermacs in Mallow have free
wifi. Firgrove Hotel in Mitchelstown have open wifi (pay by account credit).
I hope to find more. Many cafes have free wifi. I will be sitting there
eating lunch and drinking much coffee to "pay" for it.
3. I have no friends. Hate people ;-)
2009/5/24 Michael Watterson <watty at eircom.net>
> Ian Spillane wrote:
>>> Problem: 3 Broadband have cut off my lifeline to the Internet as over my
>> per month limit for the next 2 weeks (I cannot challenge this highly
>> irregular bill until the bill is generated in two weeks - I think they
>> combined the limit on a closing account with the new account I opened in
>> same name to get the latest USB modem).
>>>> Currently: For some strange reason, once the laptop is logged into
>> Google/Gmail I have access to all Google services (Gmail, Reader, Maps,
>> cached pages). Don't tell 3!
>>>> Question 1: Anyone know of a system still existing where I can get files
>> email. In particular need
>>>>http://www.linuxant.com/drivers/hsf/full/archive/hsfmodem-7.80.02.04full/hsfmodem_7.80.02.04full_k2.6.28_11_generic_ubuntu_i386.deb.zipto>> try to get my laptop dialup modem working again (I can barely remember
>> how that works).
>>>> Question 2: Anyone got any tips for really really simple and effective
>> wardriving. A beep from the laptop when open wifi is detected would be the
>> biz. Got to be an easy script.
>>>> Please attach any files (see Problem above).
>>>> Ian (speaking to you from the late 1980s).
>>>>> 3 or any other Mobile is Not Broadband.
>> Taking people's open or ill-secured WiFi is "theft of Service" in Ireland.
> There are though free hotspots, often for customers.
>> Any friend without size / traffic limit can no doubt email you files,
> assuming your mailbox has enough capacity.
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