Thanks, btw where can I get a hotspot detector? Jeff --- looking for hotspots in Texas. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Derick Dickens" <Derick@...> To: pastorsforum@... Subject: RE: [PastorsForum] Where are the Hot spots? Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 23:22:30 -0400 > I am the king of Hot Spots. First, if you go to Panera Bread, they > always have a good and free hotspot. Many McDonalds' have inexpensive > hotspots. If you get close enough to many hotels, you can pick up their > signal for free. > > They have a hotspot detector that will let you know when you are in > hotspot range without having to turn on your computer. It will tell you > if it is free or not. > > Getting Wi-Fi from a neighbor is not stealing. Legally, if he wants to > prohibit you from using his connection, he has to secure it otherwise it > is free. > > General places that cost money are > > Borders and Barnes and Nobles > Starbucks Coffee > > Many gas stations, that is right, offer free wi-fi. > > Get yourself a $35.00 detector and you can always find a hot spot. > > BTW, do a google search for Wi-Fi of Hotspots and you can find many > around the country. The problem with the sites is that they are not > always up to date. Hotspots are growing so much, that it is impossible > to keep up with. I have picked up signals where there should not be a > signal. > > Welcome to the world of Wi-Fi. Believe it or not, I am a hotspot > junkie. > > Just remember, Wi-Fi is not as secure as cable which is less secure than > dial-up. > > Derick > > ------------------------------------ > Wallers Baptist Church > Pastor > derick@... > PO Box 95 > Partlow VA 22534 > tel: 540-582-5703 > mobile: 540-894-1772 > www.thedickensfamily.org > ------------------------------------ > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: Jeff Hallmark [mailto:bc_preacher@...] > > Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2005 8:51 PM > > To: pastor forum > > Subject: [PastorsForum] Where are the Hot spots? > > > > > > > > Greetings from the City of Roses Tyler, Texas > > > > I have been traveling and preaching over the last week. I > > left Prince George on Thursday October 20, driving down to > > Vancouver with meetings that evening. Then on to Fritch, Texas > > for four days of Missions Conference. I will be in Texas for the > > month of November. Then Ill start back to PG for December, but I > > am booking meetings in January and on into 2006. So I will be > > traveling a lot more then I thought. > > > > Here are some questions I need some help with > > > > I am traveling with a wireless notebook, where is a good > > place to find wireless connection? > > > > In other words where do we find hotspots? > > > > Is there any free? > > > > When I am in the home of family or friend, and I boot up my > > computer and I get wireless connection from one of their > > neighbours, is it stealing if I connect up to check my email? > > > > I did note that McDonalds had a program for wireless, but I > > very seldom stop at McDonalds. I am not sure if all McD have hotspots. > > > > For this week I will be in the City of Roses, and will buy a > > wireless router for my daughters computer, then take it with me. > > > > Ill get into some of the discussion this week Lord, willing. > > > > Bro. Jeff > > > > -- > > To unsubscribe, send ANY message to: > > pastorsforum-unsubscribe@... > > > > "In essential things, unity; in non-essential things, > > liberty; and in all things, charity." > > > > > > -- > To unsubscribe, send ANY message to: pastorsforum-unsubscribe@... > > "In essential things, unity; in non-essential things, liberty; and > in all things, charity."