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  • blackwave
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    Originally posted by KeLviN
    its not that i do things for money, its that all those really cool elektrik toys that i want arnt given to me because of my excelent moral and social character.
    When not given, you must take and at the same time understand that everything no matter how small pains consequence... So take with passion and caution :)

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  • KeLviN
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    its not that i do things for money, its that all those really cool elektrik toys that i want arnt given to me because of my excelent moral and social character.
    :)

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  • blackwave
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    Originally posted by KeLviN
    it takes alot of time to make this stuff and there's very little reward. (financialy and emotionaly.) plus you have to get people to use them.
    necessity is the mother of all invention :)

    unfortunately this world is filled with greed, and since most of the world revolves around the almighty dollar there is other focus other than that of the community... alas... i am guilty of this as well and not many can deny it.. though now and then i spit something out when I allow time to permit ;)

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  • KeLviN
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    Originally posted by blackwave
    It would be nice to see ppl out there working with more wifi utilities for file transfer, mini servers, etc. :)
    it takes alot of time to make this stuff and there's very little reward. (financialy and emotionaly.) plus you have to get people to use them.

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  • blackwave
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    Originally posted by nulltone
    yeah, isn't AP chat through an *gasp* AP?
    He has stated that "Anyone associated with the local access point will be able to send and receive chat messages. ", though using a registry hack one can easily turn their laptop and wifi card into an AP... though this currently has been tried and does not work, the author is looking into it :) -and will probably eventually succeed - (it currently only supports the Linksys AP (and he is not sure why at this time)) I am not sure if anyone has messaged him and requested such a utility. He is currently trying to make an AP Wardriving Tag Game, WarTag... AP Chat was a byproduct. It would be nice to see ppl out there working with more wifi utilities for file transfer, mini servers, etc. :)

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  • nulltone
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    yeah, isn't AP chat through an *gasp* AP?

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  • blackwave
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    Re: ad-hoc 802.11b Chat

    Originally posted by nulltone
    Has anyone seen ad-hoc chat? I wanted to write some kind of chat program using Infrared, but I got lazy.
    Useful for people without an access point.
    Greetings nulltone, have you tried out AP Chat for windows?
    http://home.attbi.com/~digitalmatrix/apchat/

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  • nulltone
    started a topic ad-hoc 802.11b Chat

    ad-hoc 802.11b Chat

    Has anyone seen ad-hoc chat? I wanted to write some kind of chat program using Infrared, but I got lazy.
    Useful for people without an access point.
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