Lets's Talk Computers - Paraglyph Press  May 24, 2003
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Paraglyph Press
Interview on May 24, 2003
Wireless Networking     Guest: Jeff Duntemann
Paraglyph Press focuses on publishing books for computer users everywhere on programming, networking, web development, and emerging technologies. The key lines in Paraglyph Press are the best-selling Black Book and Little Black Book series. Paraglyph also publishes books for design professionals in the f/x & design, In Depth, and Visual Insight series as well as books for game programmers and electronic gaming enthusiasts.

Noted author Jeff Duntemann brings his experience with wireless networking to the printed page in Paraglyph Press' latest release, "Drive-By Wi-Fi". Jeff discusses the latest technologies in wireless networking, security issues, and setting up a network.
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