The Museum of Wi-Fi exists to preserve these vestiges of our neighbourhood battlefields.
Some are brilliantly smart, some are just purely gross. They all belong in the museum.
Watch the skies: James Bridle’s balloon will be hovering above London distributing wifi.
I, for one, welcome our new recycling bin panopticon overlords.
You might want to put your phone’s MAC address into this form.
A really fascinating analysis by Jason into the apparent disparity in web browsing between Android and iOS devices: it turns out that the kind of network connection could be a big factor.
Scott writes up some of the things he talked about at the Breaking Development conference: the just-in-time interactions that are inevitable in a heavily-instrumented world.
Timo Arnall has some fun mapping WiFi signal strength with long exposure photos.
WiFi hotspots in Brighton (including passwords where required) courtesy of Josh.
At lunch the other day, Josh was telling me about this magic new WiFi-enabled SD memory card that allows you to upload pictures to Flickr straight from your camera.
Dear Santa Claus, I have been a relatively good boy this year. Please may I have a t-shirt that actually detects and displays WiFi signal strength? No, I'm not kidding. Give my love to the elves, Jeremy.
Sounds like Brighton is ready to become one big WiFi hotspot.
Looks like Google is getting into the WiFi game.
It looks like the much rumoured WiFi enabled trains on the Brighton-Victoria line are a reality.