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News.com talks to the father of Wi-Fi: I'm embarassed to say I'd never heard of Vic Hayes, who is a well-spoken and interesting technologist, with modest but exciting ideas. The interview doesn't cover much new ground, but the insight makes it worth reading.
New York Times on Cometa: Some additional details about the AT&T, IBM, and Intel venture to build out infrastructure as a contractor.
A very few photos of mine from 802.11 Planet: I always mean to take more pictures, but here's a tiny taste of the flavor of the conference, including some folks I met for the first time.
Alan Reiter clarifies his quote in the NY Times article: Alan hasn't published that newsletter for years that he's attributed as the editor of, nor did he cite Metricom as an example. He has some extensive analysis of Cometa's challenges.
US sees Wi-Fi as homeland security risk: Paul Boutin reports from a session at 802.11 Planet on homeland security about the government's view of wireless networking.