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PostPosted: Thu Jan 02, 2003 10:25 pm
by michaelp
cool

out in the woods port orchard wn

PostPosted: Tue Mar 04, 2003 7:43 pm
by billmcca1
any one from the port orchard wn or bremerton area ?

Southwest Washington

PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2003 7:36 pm
by codezero
calling all washingtonians. or just those in the southwest region of washington. currently i live in longview, a town on the I5 corrider about 2 hours south of seattle and 45 minutes north of portland.

there is currently myself and another person who wardrives in this region and i was wondering if there is anyone else out.

Western Washington

PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2003 8:30 pm
by kernel sanders
Not quite SW but close enough eh?

I would be more than willing to share info, data, etc with you in any case.

Happy Stumbling!

PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2003 5:41 am
by michaelp
thats cool, im in tacoma, you should setup a node and take head in the project to connect Portland to seattle!

PostPosted: Thu May 22, 2003 5:38 pm
by Taxi
I'm just outside of Vancouver.

Is there much to find in Longview?

There is a boat load of AP's to find down here.

PostPosted: Fri May 23, 2003 8:35 am
by codezero
only about 30 in the town...so not too many

no one else here wardrives that i know of

or at least has not submitted them to any sort of public tracking site

wardriving Spokane tri cities

PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2004 1:01 am
by Skips
Now in the Spokane area

and for seattle the best link is
http://www.seattlewireless.net

[email]skips@(nospam)hotmail.com[/email] :rolleyes:

Washington (state)

PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2004 2:57 am
by G8tK33per
.....

PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2004 7:11 pm
by WiFi-Spy
Everett here :)

PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2004 3:55 am
by wrzwaldo
WiFi-Spy wrote:Everett here :)


Howdy, a bit further north here.

Microsoft Usability Group

PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 10:51 am
by wrzwaldo
I case some of you don't know...

For you Seattle area folks, Microsoft has a neat program. It is their Usability Research program. Friday the 9th I participated in one of these studies (1.5 hours) and walked away with a nice shiny copy (full release) of Map Point 2004 ($228 on pricewatch)! I am looking forward to being selected for a few more of these because their gratuity selection (hardware & software) is fairly extensive. If you are looking for some new hardware/software and have a bit of time to spare then get signed up!

I am in no way affiliated with Microsoft (other than a MS software user). I just think this is a great deal.

P.S. If you play games you may want to sign up for their "Play Test" program as well.

PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 2:33 pm
by G8tK33per
wrzwaldo wrote:I case some of you don't know...

For you Seattle area folks, Microsoft has a neat program. It is their Usability Research program. Friday the 9th I participated in one of these studies (1.5 hours) and walked away with a nice shiny copy (full release) of Map Point 2004 ($228 on pricewatch)! I am looking forward to being selected for a few more of these because their gratuity selection (hardware & software) is fairly extensive. If you are looking for some new hardware/software and have a bit of time to spare then get signed up!

I am in no way affiliated with Microsoft (other than a MS software user). I just think this is a great deal.

P.S. If you play games you may want to sign up for their "Play Test" program as well.

<Homer Simpson voice>

MaaaapPoinnnnnt 2k4....uuuglglglgglgl.

</Homer Simpson voice>

PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 8:21 pm
by Thorn
Microsoft Usability Group

wrzwaldo wrote:I case some of you don't know...

For you Seattle area folks, Microsoft has a neat program. It is their Usability Research program. Friday the 9th I participated in one of these studies (1.5 hours) and walked away with a nice shiny copy (full release) of Map Point 2004 ($228 on pricewatch)! I am looking forward to being selected for a few more of these because their gratuity selection (hardware & software) is fairly extensive. If you are looking for some new hardware/software and have a bit of time to spare then get signed up!

I am in no way affiliated with Microsoft (other than a MS software user). I just think this is a great deal.

P.S. If you play games you may want to sign up for their "Play Test" program as well.


See, I just have this vision in my head:

MS Test Person: Hi, I'm the nice MS Test Person. This is a word association test to see how well Microsoft is doing in marketing. Say the first thing that comes into your mind when I say a word. Here's the first word: 'Outlook'
WrzWaldo: Worms!

MSTP: Word
WW: Homeboy!

MSTP: Internet
WW: p0rn!

MSTP: Operating System
WW: Linux!

The nice MS Test Person presses a Big Red Button and WW's seat disappears into the floor.

PostPosted: Mon Jul 12, 2004 8:25 pm
by wrzwaldo
Thorn wrote:Microsoft Usability Group



See, I just have this vision in my head:

MS Test Person: Hi, I'm the nice MS Test Person. This is a word association test to see how well Microsoft is doing in marketing. Say the first thing that comes into your mind when I say a word. Here's the first word: 'Outlook'
WrzWaldo: Worms!

MSTP: Word
WW: Homeboy!

MSTP: Internet
WW: p0rn!

MSTP: Operating System
WW: Linux!

The nice MS Test Person presses a Big Red Button and WW's seat disappears into the floor.


I guess you read my dossier...

Hey you got some kind of connections!