Today Christina and I fullfilled a promise that's been a long time coming. We installed 3 eMacs at Christina's school, all wired through an airport base station. Add a printer/scanner/fax to the mix and the setup was complete and running in under an hour. That's the easy part, now to show our local teaching staff what these pupppies can do! Bear in mind that the only computers the school has are surplus Pentium I machines from the belgian army. Once Bert gets my Xserve's installed, I'll be able to introduce everyone to belgian schoolblogs!
I'm surprised that the draft of the European Constitution isn't getting more attention. Imagine having the opportunity to sit with the founding fathers of a new union, looking over their shoulder as decisions are made that will affect 300 million people. That opportunity is here now and it is important that all citizens of europe keep their eye on the choices being made in Brussels. Particularly because the european parliment is not elected, but appointed. Needless to say, there are lots of issues.
I stumbled on this tech document from Apple the other day. Step by step instructions for making airport basestations talk to each other to create a wider LAN at home. Gonna try this tomorrow at the castle, finally I will be able to blog from bed :)