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June 27, 2006 2:14 PM   Subscribe


 
Boy, those linksys and NETGEAR guys sure get around, don't they?

Interesting idea, but I'm not sure about the usefulness of it. For example, my neighborhood is pretty well mapped according to the site, yet none of the wifi signals on my street (including my own) show up.
posted by Gamblor at 3:01 PM on June 27, 2006


I don't get it.
posted by Meatbomb at 3:06 PM on June 27, 2006


Neat. And incredibly, incredibly slow.
posted by Jimbob at 3:40 PM on June 27, 2006


That interface is 15 years too late.
posted by unwordy at 4:28 PM on June 27, 2006


Holy cow, looking at the map you'd think there are no wireless access points in south Dallas. I can't figure out if they don't really exist or people are just too afraid of wardriving that part of town.
posted by zek at 5:33 PM on June 27, 2006


A quick look through the FAQ and forums hasn't helped me understand HOW this database can be used. What do people DO with the info?
posted by pierrepressure at 6:33 PM on June 27, 2006


or: what Meatbomb said.
posted by pierrepressure at 6:33 PM on June 27, 2006


I cant figure out how my little wireless home network got on the map! I am amazed that someone somewhere in my neighborhood entered it. It has to have been fairly recently cause I didnt even have wireless in our house till just 3 months ago. And most of the people in our neighborhood are old and retired. Hell, I thought I was the only one who even had a computer, much less internet savy. I'm on a street way back in the boonies north of Oklahoma City..... Interesting.
posted by BillsR100 at 6:54 PM on June 27, 2006


All the map images come up broken for me.
posted by Goofyy at 12:13 AM on June 28, 2006


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