Less Interesting Stuff I Said
In the WeLL's Spring conference:
(1:10) Mike Ellsworth (mellswor) 25-JUL-94 12:33
I'm Mike Ellsworth, (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
I'm just checking the place out. Saw some mention of the Spring
in a conference on the WELL. What's that all about?
I surf the net as part of my job and soon hope to help develop
commercial service based on Mosaic. I'm interested in interactive
fiction, virtual reality (virtual ANYthing), multimedia, the standard
So what's the scam here?
On the Crimelist:
Info on a mail hoax.
In Upsize Magazine:
In an article on online training:
“Not all online learning is geared towards IT or earning a certificate,”
says Ellsworth. “In some cases it becomes a way to reinforce the
strategic message of the company, or develop corporate culture
because it brings a certain department, such as marketing, or
HR, or sales, together on the same project.”
In Reside's Newsletter:
In an article I wrote
called Why Your Company Needs a Professional Wireless Network:
"If you have an organization of any size, I can pretty much
guarantee you have, or have had, unauthorized (rogue) wireless
APs deployed without your knowledge. With the consumer gear so
cheap, many employees don’t wait for the networking folks to get
around to providing wireless. They just go out and buy an Access
Point themselves and hide it in their cubes or in the ceiling.
They can then use their laptops in the coffee area or the conference
room and no one is the wiser.
In Upsize Magazine:
In a guide to buying wireless:
Many small businesses quickly begin to see the financial advantages
of adopting wireless technology says Mike Ellsworth, founder and
“Head Guy” of the Wi-Fi Guys, a wireless technology consulting
firm. (“Wi-Fi” rhymes with “Hi-Fi.”)
“Even for a smaller enterprise, the savings can be significant,”
says Ellsworth. That’s especially true of wireless networks.
“Small companies can also benefit because it’s a lot cheaper
doing that than laying cable,” he says.
In CFO Magazine
In an article on the Sircam Worm:
"It's not that a peer-to- peer network is more vulnerable
to a worm or a virus, but they certainly spread a heck of a lot
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