Friday, February 18, 2011

All Good in the Hood

19 in, 381 out.

So far, so good.

I've been taking notes here and there, I've been snapping away some photos with my handy iPhone here and there, but the biggest limitation I've had here w/blogging is the lack of Wi-Fi in the barracks. Internet access is limited to a shared, public area with more people trying to get online than there are available terminals.

I'm hoping to be able to blog a bit more as there are rumors of Wi-Fi coming around soon. Amazingly, I may have a much easier time blogging from overseas.

I hope all is well in your corner of the world...and as always, thanks for reading.

8 comments:

kad barma said...

In the old days, we'd write our content offline, and then just batch upload it when we got the mainframe cycles.

Everything old seems always to be new again...

Progressive Veterans said...

Can you tether to you cellie?

Jack

C R Krieger said...

I was just given an iPhone for my birthday and I vaguely thought I had seen something about creating a WiFi "Hot Spot" with it.  I guess it is a case of RTFM.

Killeen, Texas.  What could be finer!

Regards  —  Cliff

The New Englander said...

Wow...within just a few hours of this post, and you guys' comments, one of our whiz-bang computer network guys in the barracks offered to put me on to his personal wireless network.

I now have Internet access, so no need to tether, batch upload, or even to RTFM.. ;-).

KMM said...

That's a relief...I'm looking forward to reports from Texas and beyond.

DConnell said...
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DConnell said...

Sorry about the typo on the previous post... That said, glad you are up and running on the web again. Keep us posted!

Justin Berkman said...

Hey GPage!!!

I was very behind on your blog and just tried to catch up. I'm very glad that you seem to have overcome your health issues. Best of luck to you. I have tremendous respect for all that you do/have done. Hope to see you soon.

Justin Berkman