Welcome to the home page of Charles N Wyble. Charles is a 24 year old systems guy, hacker and entrepreneur currently living in El Monte CA, with his wife of 3 years.

He is currently employed as a system engineer for Ripple TV with responsibility for a nation wide advertising network.

In his spare time he serves as Chief Technology Officer for the SoCalWiFI.net project, runs a hacker space in the San Gabriel Valley and tries to save the local economy.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

[Fwd: Newsletter: January/February 2009]

Might be of interest to my readers.... I'm still liking the sheevaplug
better though...

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Newsletter: January/February 2009
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 16:20:16 +0100 (GMT-1)
From: The FON Team <noreply@fon.com>
Reply-To: [noreply] <noreply@fon.com>
To: charles@thewybles.com

FON Newsletter

* fon.com <http://fon.com>
* Tips and tricks <http://wiki.fon.com/wiki/Software>
* *FON* Wiki <http://wiki.fon.com>
* *FON* Shop <https://shop.fon.com>
* *FON* Maps <http://maps.fon.com/>


FON chops down the price on the La Fonera 1.0!

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To celebrate the Chinese New Year, we are offering our FON router, the
La Fonera, at a discount for a very limited time. The La Fonera 1.0 will
be available for just */€15/$15*/*. Kung Hei Fat Choi!

Offer valid until March 31, 2009. Limit one per user registered with
FON. Promotion code required.

Use the FON promo code: C265424515838799

Click here to enter the FON store <https://shop.fon.com/>.

*Price includes VAT/Tax. Shipping not included.


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Big city blogger offers thanks to unknown Fonero in small town

Richard Allan, Head of Government Affairs for UK and Ireland, and
political blogger, offered thanks on his blog to a Fonero in the small
town of Bejar, Spain whose FON WiFi signal allowed Richard to finish
some urgent business and get back to enjoying his holiday. According to
Richard, "the blog underestimates my desperation at needing to access my
work email for an urgent task. This was casting a cloud over my whole
holiday. I spent hours trying to find some connectivity and FON really
did save the day. Once I saw the FON access point in Bejar I thought I
should be OK, but the service was even better than expected - cheap and
very easy to use."


Designed to fit your Web 2.0 lifestyle

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Here is what to expect from the next generation of FON routers. Thanks
to a USB port, and a growing selection of free open-source applications,
the La Fonera 2.0 will let you control data streaming without even
having to turn on your computer. While the La Fonera 2.0 manages uploads
and downloads at home, you and your laptop will be free to do anything
and go anywhere else. The La Fonera 2.0 will also allow you to share
printers, scanners, webcams and other USB devices. And, as with all FON
routers, the La Fonera 2.0 will allow you to make money and roam the
world for free at FON Spots.

We've kept the La Fonera 2.0 as beta while our techies perfect its
features. But, full functionality for everyone is coming soon. So, get

Learn more about the Fonera 2.0 <http://trac.fonosfera.org/fon-ng>.

*Can´t wait? For a chance to win the La Fonera 2.0 (beta version)
today,* click here <http://wiki.fon.com/wiki/Wiki_Contest>.

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Have a great day!

The FON Team

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Charles N Wyble charles@thewybles.com
(818)280-7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com
CTO SocalWiFI.net

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