Wi-Fi Day was Yesterday!

Yesterday’s numeric date — 8.02.11 — resembles the name for the earliest set of standards for Wi-Fi: 802.11. And to no one’s surprise, the similarity  inspired netizens to declare Tuesday “Wi-Fi Day.” Advances in Wi-Fi use continue to emerge: For example, HP unveiled a Wi-Fi mouse earlier this year.
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And Underground commuters in London will have Wi-Fi access in 270 stations just in time for the 2012 Olympic Games.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers manages 802.11 protocol, but yesterday you had the power to make us chuckle. Here’s how.

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What’s the Best Wi-Fi Network Name You’ve Used or Seen?

We’ve all been there — at a coffee shop, an apartment complex or somewhere public — when suddenly you stumble upon an epic Wi-Fi network name.

Three people in US who shall remain anonymous access their Internet via these networks:

Honk if you love Jesus

Batcave

Dog Day

We know you’ve seen better, so in the comments, tell us what awesome network names you’ve encountered.

Source: Mashable News

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