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The Wireless Web

This special report posted by Scientific American consists of a series of articles on "the latest and greatest technomarvel, the wireless Web." The featured articles, accessable throught the "Sidebar" link at the bottom of the intro page, cover the challenges and achievements particular to wireless technology. After a brief introduction, the special report leads off with "The Internet in Your...

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-wireless-web/
The State of Wireless London

This website provides the results from a survey, sponsored by the International Chamber of Commerce, which reports on the growth of wireless usage in the greater London area and compares networks built by "freenetwork" groups to those built by commercial providers. The results show that London has more than 5,000 wireless networks that are being used in offices, government buildings, prisons,...

http://informal.org.uk/people/julian/publications/the_state_...
Wireless Downtowns

Coming soon to an urban center near you: wireless connectivity for your laptop or PDA, brought to you by City Hall. At least that's the hot trend among U.S. municipalities, 48 of which now offer wireless access, according to a recent report. Most municipal systems are the result of public-private partnerships, and many offer some level of free access. The first website (1) is an overview of the...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/nsdl/met/2004/1217
Authors’ group files lawsuit against Google

Authors Guild Sues Google, Citing “Massive Copyright Infringement” http://www.authorsguild.org/news/sues_google_citing.htm Google Blog: Google Print and the Authors Guild http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2005/09/google-print-and-authors-guild.html Google sticks its finger in the Wi-Fi Pie http://networks.silicon.com/mobile/0,39024665,39152509,00.htm The Google Print Library Project: A...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2005/0923