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Sunday, October 26, 2003
Ubiquity Breeds Utility
: "In the late 1980s, Dartmouth College was the most wired campus on the planet, running 10Mb Ethernet into every dorm room. Today, Dartmouth is the most unwired campus on the planet, with 560 access points covering 200 acres. .. If you wanted to know where wired communications were headed in the late 1980s, all you had to do was go to the Dartmouth campus.. I looked for similar insights regarding wireless networks on the Dartmouth Campus." 8:43:18 AM
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