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Many travelers carry several devices that can connect to the Internet. Computers, iPads, iPods, iPhones, Androids, Blackberries, game consoles, printers, and more. These devices often use WiFi to connect. Public WiFi hotspots can provide faster connections than 3G cellular. There are generally no limits for data when using a public hotspot. I’ll address security in [Click for the rest ...]
Here are the Google Earth files from the FMCA International Conventions in Oregon 2010 and Georgia 2011. Some of the placemarks are well documented, others may require some discovery. Some placemarks are of RV parks, some are general areas, some are towns. If the area interests you, spend some time in Google Earth and finding [Click for the rest ...]
If you could backup your computers without any fuss, would you do it? We’ve told you to backup, but do you? Everyone knows you are supposed to backup your computer. Backing up your files requires effort and organization. Right? You had to know which files to backup and where they were on your hard drive. [Click for the rest ...]
Understanding Latitudes and Longitudes. Finding the Lat/Lon of a place and, finding a place by the Lat/Lon
…any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. For the RV traveler, Internet connectivity is a lifeline. Connecting even a single computer to the Internet can be a daunting experience. Everything needs to be configured properly for it to work. There are three ways for RV travelers to connect to Broadband Internet. Satellite, Wi-Fi and [Click for the rest ...]
I have had my new Verizon phone for a couple of weeks now, and I like it. You don’t need to be a Geek to want one. If you are one of the many folks who want a phone just to make calls, the Droid is way overkill. For a phone, it is expensive at [Click for the rest ...]
Google Map’s line drawing feature on custom maps has added the ability to draw along roads, or even from directions.
Demo of using a data card and Verizon service to connect to the Internet.
What do you need in order to connect to the Internet with a cellular service?