Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2016 12:59:58 -0700
From: "Harold Hallikainen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: AT&T Lab's Project AirGig Nears First Fiedld Trials
It seems like this is a pole to pole microwave system. I wonder how this
works as power lines are moved underground. I think the household drop
could be replaced by on-pole or in-pedestal WiFi access points. I know
there are concerns about outdoor wifi access points getting to indoor
We live in a house built in 1906. Right now I can see 18 access
points, one of which is in our house. Looking at a city network about
70 miles south of here ( http://www.cityoflompoc.com/lompocnet/
see they talk about concerns with penetration to indoor
computers. They offer a wifi bridge to deal with that. I wonder if
there'd be enough bandwidth if all household communications were
handled by a wifi access point on a pole or pedestal outside the
Power poles certainly have the density such that you'd only have to
cover a few houses with each pole (pretty much the same as the number
of power, phone, or CATV drops per pole). My current thinking is that
fiber to the node makes the most sense with the "drop" from the node
to the user be by wifi.
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Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2016 15:13:55 -0400
From: Monty Solomon <email@example.com>
Subject: The problem with that cellphone alert about the Chelsea
The Problem With That Cellphone Alert About the Chelsea Bombing Suspect
A few minutes before 8 a.m. Monday, millions of New Yorkers' phones
screeched almost simultaneously. They all received the same
WANTED: Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28-year-old male. See media for pic.
Call 9-1-1 if seen.
That's it. No links, no pictures, no further context, no one to call
except 911. I got the alert while feeding my toddler breakfast, and in
my pre-coffee haze, I glanced at my phone and mistook it for an Amber
Alert. Elsewhere in the city, subway cars full of people must have
looked up from their phones and regarded one another warily. Might one
of their fellow passengers be Ahmad Khan Rahami? Young men with brown
skin might well have wondered: Might one of my fellow passengers
mistake me for Ahmad Khan Rahami?
Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2016 23:04:42 -0400
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