This is very interesting. Who knows, it may soon be possible to have all the different wireless technologies available on one chipset, all presented as just another ‘ethernet’ device (or maybe many devices. If there was an associated hardware signal to indicate ‘oops.. we’ve had to change networks’ or some other smarts, it would make things very interesting in the whole arena of Terminal/Node Mobility for Internet connected devices
I’ve become hooked on AmateurLogic.TV. The guys cover all sorts of things from “how to get the best from your camera” to how to build your own 2.4Ghz “Cantenna”, home made high voltage capacitors (I’m still waiting to see the fruits of Jim’s Labour in action). All very well presented, well done guys!
I have to agree with EirePreneur and Brian Greene. I used to just think that it was “Oirish” that I could receive BBC Free to Air but not RTÃ‰ and that RTÃ‰ would get their act together eventually, but it doesn’t seem to be happening. Rather than just wringing our hands about it, what, if anything, can we do about it? Who could we lobby?