Wireless and Clueless?

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Thursday, March 23, 2006

The more internet users opt for the convenience of wireless net access, the more questions there are about security. Just how safe is it to send credit card information over a wi-fi connection and is it okay to use a neighbor’s access? Find out how to practice safe wi-fi. As some municipalities turn their whole cities into wireless hotspots these concerns are expected to increase. Plus: Why Mark Green thinks he should take Elliot Spitzer’s job.

On Your Mark, Get Set...

Mark Green, former public advocate and candidate for Attorney General of New York
- makes his pitch for your support

» Mark Green for Attorney General


There's Something In The Air

Ray Werner, chief of the air programs branch of the EPA-Region II

» 1999 Assessment Results


Something in the Air Part II

Patrick Kinney, associate professor of Environmental Health Science at Columbia University,
-on New York City's dirty dirty air.


Open Phones

Your calls on alternate-side-of-the-street parking and radio listening


Why Fidelity?

Dave Blumenfeld, vice president of JiWire.com, an information and sevices resource devoted to wi-fi,
on how to practice safe wi-fi

» JiWire
» A map of wi-fi hotspots in New York City courtesy of NYC Wireless, a non-profit organization.


Rachel Corrie is the new Anne Frank

Katharine Viner, features editor at London's Guardian newspaper and the co-editor of the play, My Name is Rachel Corrie
-on the controversy over the postponement of her play.

» "Let Me Fight My Monsters" an article on Rachel Corrie by Katharine Viner in the Guardian.


That's My Capri Sun!

With the next Presidential election only 36 months away, ABC has launched its invisible primary coverage; they use the term to refer to the "jockeying for supremacy in the contests to be positioned to be the major party presidential nominees between now and start of the actual caucus and ...


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