Monday, August 06, 2007

We're here . . .I'm tired.

We are in our apartment in Littleton. Most of our boxes are in the right room and we even got to eat out on our first night in town. It's time for bed.

BTW . . . I love wireless internet. Some gracious neighbor has allowed me the use of his unsecured network. Due to the fact he is not aware, do you think this is stealing? Anyway, it's a blessing to me tonight.

4 comments:

Jack said...

I can't imagine doing all this while a baby is on the way, so I salute you. We have old friends in Littleton -- David and Barbara Corah. Barbara has a background as a physical therapist, and could probably recommend a good OB/GYN to you, if you're interested in a knowledgeable local reference.

If they're not in the phone book, just e-mail me at sr.pastor@gefchurch.org, or revjab4@bellsouth.net.

Jack B.

Shane Vander Hart said...

Glad to hear you made it ok. I wouldn't consider it stealing. If they really cared they would have secured it. Cheryl and I have done that with our wireless network, but we did it for security purposes not to keep a neighbor from using it.

Tell Carrie I said hi. We are praying for you guys!

Adam Reineke said...

Glad you guys got moved. :-)

About the wireless...

http://www.dba-oracle.com/t_unauthorized_access_computer_network_crime.htm
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Unauthorized access to a computer network becomes a felony – Even casual access to an unsecured wireless network in a hotel can destroy your career. You can be arrested on-the-spot, even if you have no criminal intent (other than stealing their bandwidth, of course). In Canada, it’s called Theft of Telecommunications.

Adam Reineke said...

I should mention though, I think only one case has ever been convicted, and he was arrested in the first place because they thought he was stalking someone.

I wouldn't worry too much.

Did you know that AT&T/Bellsouth offers $10 DSL? Don't know if you could get it in your area or not.
AT&T adds $10 DSL Plan