Just add meatballs.
I am currently in the process of putting together the pieces for the in-home network in our new house. Now, for some, that would mean installing a wireless router and calling it done. Hell, I’ve been there many times myself, where I didn’t have the energy or motivation to try [...]
We broadcast it with a PA system!
With the advent of device naming for personalization purposes, we suddenly found ourselves able to properly personalize our devices so that they would feel like our own. No longer did it have to be “C:\” or “My Computer”; now we could make it our own. And, [...]
This is the first in a series (well, okay — two articles planned at this point) on “Guerrilla Networking” products that were designed to provide networkability to non-expandable personal computers.
In my account of trying to drag a compact Macintosh into the 21st century, I mentioned picking up a couple of Farallon Etherwave LocalTalk-to-Ethernet transcevers. I didn’t need them for that project and I have never used them, but I’ve kept them around because I still think they are pretty slick pieces of hardware. Continue reading Guerrilla Networking I: Farallon EtherWave for Macs