On Sun, 22 Feb 2009 23:15:36 -0500, richard <> wrote: >BULL FUCKING SHIT! (texas style!) > >Why do you think the proposal got dumped the last time? > >So Mr. Senator, like you've got a dozen computers in that fancy house >of yours and they're all connected via a wifi router right? >Like you're gonna play by your own rules? Yeah right. > >Now explain to me if you can sir, just exactly how are hotels, motels >and the like gonna keep records of every user on their system? Then, >how ya gonna know precisely which guest it is that used the system? > >As I live in motels, I know only too well many systems don't know who >is using their system. Is that user a guest or someone nearby? > >Now kindly go back to keep track of tumbleweeds you frickin fruitcake. Pretty simple. A few of our customers already have this configured for their setup. You want free access at our hotel? Provide a credit card number. You aren't charged. Your credit card will be authorized for $1, but not charged. Or, you want access? Go to the front desk. Front desk gives you username / password that's linked to you. (ie you're in room 33, your username is room33, your password is your last name.) Plenty of ways to do it. -- To reply via e-mail, remove The Obvious from my e-mail address.