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24 Jan 2004
For those who don't read slashdot religiously, I found the following story interesting. If you can't stand the slashdot blather, here is a link directly to the linuxdevices article which includes a link to the project site. Thoughts, comments, praises, denouncements and other such ilk are welcome.
21 Nov 2003

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29 Aug 2003
Whatever happened to that mobile CF card w/ the T-Mobile data plan provided by Sharp? I was all set to buy one, now all that's left is that T-Mobile "Hot Spot" crap that doesn't have any decent locations in Pittsburgh...At least that I would ever be interested in visiting.

Are there other CF cellular alternatives besides connecting an cellular phone? I really don't like cellphones, but would love the mobility of cellular data.
15 Aug 2003
Welcome...Welcome...Welcome. Not much to say. Not much to do.

Play nice. Don't make me come over there and straighten things out with my size thirteens :twisted:
4 Aug 2003
Requesting Pittsburgh (or Southwest Pennsylvania) regional Zug
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