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On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 10:47:37 +0100, Jennifer Moore
hi Andrew & everyone
I have found very little info on this subject
other than the product vendors who seem to be understandably geared towards
the business community rather than individual users.
I was looking into wireless (from a perspective of "intelligent but
ignorant") recently and found a book which I thought was excellent,
"Jeff Duntemann's Drive-By Wi-Fi Guide", Paraglyph Press, 2003. Got it
in Waterstones. I thought it was very well written, vivid and clear, a
cut above your average techie book (and I'm a writer). It doesn't
assume that you already know about networking in general. 23 quid, but
you might be lucky and get it from the library.
Many thanks for the nice review. It was a fun book to write and I was
unaware it was available in the UK.
I've long wondered what a "quid" was--I guess I need more British
friends--and I assume it's slang for "pound."
Good luck and thanks again.
Colorado Springs, Colorado USA
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