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  • 560

  • 9780321224682

  • 2 mm

  • 18 mm

  • 935 gram

  • 0002-


  • 18 NOVEMBER 2003

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    Provides a grounding in wireless networking basics and gives coverage of topics such as 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g, Bluetooth, cell data, and others. This title offers details tailored to Windows, Macintosh, Palm, PocketPC, and Linux users. It contains suggestions for extending your network and linking multiple locations. Paperback , 560 pages Published November 18th 2003 by Peachpit Press

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    Glenn Fleishman

    I started writing at a young age and never stopped, but I dont have the soul of a poet. Rather, Ive always wanted to know how things tick, and I have knack for explaining that to other people.

    In the mid-1990s, after short careers as a typesetter, at Kodak at an artists teaching facility, and as a managing editor at a book publisher, I began to write about technology and how it works.

    Ive written dozens of books since and thousands of articles. My latest books cover using Apples Wi-Fi base stations and the software program BBEdit.

    I write regularly for The Economist, Macworld, BoingBoing, and TidBITS, and appear on public radio quite often. In my spare time, Im part of the geeky podcast, The Incomparable, in which we discuss books, comic books, movies, television shows, and broader subjects such as introducing fiction of all kinds to our children.

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