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How to kill a Wi-Fi (b/w)

Posted on Friday, May 12th, 2006 under Sketches | No comments

How to kill a Wi-fi

So this past Monday morning Glenn, Terry and I were talking about that crazy Ponderosa park next door and how their Wireless Network signal reaches all the way over to our campus. Phil was even saying that he could get it over in Packer Hall. Unbelievable!

Our conversation lead Glenn to share one interesting and little-known fact ... that there are three things that can stop a wireless signal: Steel, cement, and water. They are the Kryptonite to an otherwise invincible Super technology. This discovery of course lead my brain to envision the scenario you see before you. Enjoy.

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