Tag wireless

The Early Days of NYCwireless (2001)

A blast from the past, this pretty much captures the fun of discovering Wi-Fi’s suitability for public spaces.

Village Voice: “High Speed, Freed” (August 21, 2001) – PDF

Thinking in Telepathic Cities

This was inspired by Kristof Nyiri’s essay “Thinking With A Word Processor” and written for a conference I attended at his invitation in Budapest in 2009.

Why Wi-Fi Wants to Be Free (2003)

Terry Schmidt and I wrote this in part to provoke people. We were definitely wrong about some things, but I think got the overall energy and versatility of Wi-Fi right.

 

 

NYCwireless in BusinessWeek (2003)

A nice feature provided a global sweep of how Wi-Fi was unleashing a “grassroots phenom”.