How To Connect Pc To Pc Wireless

how to connect pc to pc wireless

  • Lacking or not requiring wires

  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"

  • transmission by radio waves

  • radio: medium for communication

  • connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces; "Can you connect the two loudspeakers?"; "Tie the ropes together"; "Link arms"

  • Join together so as to provide access and communication

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  • Bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established

  • Link to a power or water supply

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  • personal computer: a small digital computer based on a microprocessor and designed to be used by one person at a time

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The Vision

The Vision

The Epistle of Simon to the Infidels: Chapter 4

A Shamal wind was blowing though town late last week which, though not a full blown dust storm, coated everything with a fine layer of dust. There were some spectacular sky effects towards sunset, but otherwise it wasn’t a great weekend for being out and about.

After a bit of looking around I have finally found a decent cafe with a decent wireless internet connection, where they are quite happy for you to sit and surf provided you buy a couple of coffees. And they have a fairly spectacular cake range too. So, until I get a home connection sorted, I think it will become a regular haunt, provided I don’t let the cakes undo the good work on my waistline achieved since last autumn. That isn’t to say that it was an easy network to connect to, taking both the waitress and the manageress to sort it out, but now it’s stored in my laptop it will be much easier next time.

After my adventures with local electricity last week I thought I’d better try to get a surge-protected extension cable for my lap-top. I’ve already lost one PC to a power surge in the UK, so I’m a bit wary. For whatever reason, the only shop where I’ve seen surge-protected ones has been Ikea. Now, Ikea in Abu Dhabi bears a close approximation to my own personal hell: you are required to walk through the entire shop, via a labyrinth of room settings, before arriving anywhere even remotely resembling a shop where you can actually buy anything. Add into this mix hordes of happy weekenders ambling through en famille and you’ve arrived in a place not that dissimilar to Oxford Street in the week before Christmas. I wonder if shop-rage is a recognised phenomenon?

And on the subject of shopping, what does the ethical shopper buy in the Middle East? Locally produced almost certainly means irrigated with de-salinated water which, in carbon miles terms, is probably roughly equal to a round trip to the moon. Is meat from the Indian subcontinent likelier to have had a more traumatic life than the equivalent from Brazil? Or is it all much of a muchness? It always seems, though it almost certainly isn’t, so much more clear-cut in Europe. I do, of course, fully realise that living here is one of the least sustainable things it’s possible to do and that my carbon footprint must be the size of a woolly mammoth these days, but that doesn’t mean one should give up entirely.

This week’s novelty buy in LuLu are banana flowers. Any suggestions as to how one goes about cooking them? All my cookery books that might be remotely useful in providing tasty suggestions are in storage in London. There are also loads of really unusual looking Indian vegetables, though I suspect some of them might look an awful lot more interesting than they taste.

The flat doesn’t have a washing machine, so I’ve been taking my clothes to a local laundry: a week’s clothes washed and ironed costs the equivalent of about ?6, which is worth it for the ironing alone. The last person to iron my boxer shorts was my Mother, and that was an awfully long time ago.

Hibiscus in Bloom

Hibiscus in Bloom

Ahh yay!! As previously reported our hibiscus is back from a bout with spider mites. Line did a great job boosting the plant back into shape! The blooms are all lined up ready to pop so we though about doing a time lapsed video. It's amazing how you get to enjoy the little subtle movements of this living being. Since it's indoors there is no wind so the movement is all from her.. Even the sifting of the whole branch from left to right...

Setup info..

Setting up this shot and keeping the lighting pretty much even through out meant a few re-writes in my head breaking down all the possible failures to get it right the first try.. Wireless triggers nope not so good because what if the batts die.. Battery operated strobe.. nope total length was 18 hours couldn't risk draining the batts.. Ended up connecting an Alien bee 800 via a pc sync cord directly to the d300. Since the AB is plugged in the wall only a power outage could foil my video! :) AB Bounced in 32" umbrella, hot spot of the brolly aimed at the wall. This was taken during a winter storm and high winds hehe!! The things we'll do during cabin fevah!!! oh and the d300 has an timer built in so it was set to take a shot every 15 mins.. Next try I'll set it for 7 minutes and catch the full bloom!

Merry Christmas everyone and stay safe! :D

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