Now that's a mental image I didn't want. Oh wait, you were talking about your young son. Yeah, that's it.I wish to know because I can't remember, Ive been standing under the High Tension wires too long. Now where did I put that foil hat for the little guy.
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I hear WiFi knows what you did last summer.
Hmmm, now there's a stat I "wasn't" watching although a few Netstumbler group members may have thought I uploaded that much in one week.
Mon Mar 12, 2007 1:39 pm
Topic: Warflying with Kismet
I asked because I have a high school friend in Tulsa with a '68 Cessna 172 with in-laws in MO. <grin>
Mon Mar 12, 2007 12:08 pm
Topic: Warflying with Kismet
Very nice . Hmmm, what are the odds . . . . ? Is it possible that '68 Cessna is an ex-pipeline patrol plane with a pilot named Terry?
Tue Aug 15, 2006 11:54 am
Hahaha, right. All you do is count networks when wardriving. Never with the intention of connecting to them. Every post you make shows just how clueless you really are. You true intentions are clear. You want to learn how to be a thief. Nobody is going to help you here. (The answer to that rhetoric...
JiGLE 0.7.4 has escaped into the wild! fixes for the target java version, as well as a nasty cache bug that was preventing a number of updates from working on large mappacks. thanks to mark571 for the catch! Talk about customer service and quick response. You guys rock! Thanks for the fix. Now back...
Way to go Hratch on coming up with 7,000,000! Congratulations. Now back to our regularily scheduled program of me trying to catch you.
Wed Aug 09, 2006 3:36 pm
I've heard there are some election workers in FL that can count reasonably well if you need extra help. Just think what the maps would look like.do you have any concept of how long it takes to count these things by hand?
we'll be lucky if we get there by 8MM and have to start all over!
Wed Aug 02, 2006 11:28 am
I'm new here but does it normally take a LIFETIME for a netstumbler upload to show up on the map? I scanned my neighborhood weeks ago and still not on the map. I thought it was a crappy upload so I did it again and it still hasen't shown up another week later. This site would be really practical & ...
Tue Jul 11, 2006 12:09 pm
I've given up WiFi for lent this year. Using nylon fishing wire and two tin cans will be the new standard. Makes it so much more interesting going around town. I hope Wigle will make stats possible on how many people is tripping over the nylon fishing lines. Would be great if it could be split up i...
Mon Jul 10, 2006 7:59 pm
Bah Hum Bug. They also said that after WWWDII. If anything truly kills it, gas prices will but I don't see any slowdown yet.It never will, wifi is just a passing fad, much like tamagotchis, it'll all be forgotten by this time next year.
Thu Jul 06, 2006 11:40 pm
it was not intentional. i'm pretty sure we're not doing anything that *needs* 1.5. still trying to trace down what in the build caused this particular thing to happen :-) LOL, no finger pointing at all. Please don't take that post badly because it was not meant that way. 1.5 works well for me. I ju...