How to Maximize the Speed of Your Internet Connection: 16 steps Steps Part 1 Checking Your Hardware, Network and Connection How to Build a Local Area Network Without a Router Depending on what you want to do, there are a few options to build a local area network which doesn’t involve buying a router. The most common functionality for a network without a router is to be self-contained and have no point in or out. This is a secure network as it has no connection to the Internet and is good for keeping two or three computers linked up for sharing financial documents or a QuickBooks database. We can connect two computers directly with a cross-over cable and have a LAN without a router. Computer 1 can access computer 2′s resources, printers and file shares. Computer 2 can access computer 1′s resources as well but this setup limits you to having only two computers connected.
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COMEX Preview: Some gadgets to look out for! Today marks the start of COMEX 2011, and like every COMEX show that preceded this year's, brands and manufacturers are trying to elbow each other out with deals, deals and more deals! We don't know the full extent of the promotions that will be present at COMEX yet, but here is a short list of gadgets that you must check out if you count yourself an aficionado. Of course, we'll be on site tomorrow to sniff out the best deals, so keep your eye on Tech Talk! Xbox 360 trade-in offer
Bandwidth, and how to use it up The first thought that goes through the mind of all right-thinking people when they get a broadband Internet connection is "How can I use all of this bandwidth, all day long?" People who are still stuck with dial-up modem Internet access care deeply about bandwidth, too, for much the same reason that drowning people care deeply about air. So how can broadband users stretch the limits of their high-speed link, and what's meanest to a modem? Read on. Up versus down Connect Two Computers Without a Router - Share Files and your Internet Connection with an Ethernet Crossover Cable This guide describes how you can directly connect two computers for sharing files, photos, music and even your Internet connection. This method uses an inexpensive Ethernet crossover cable and doesn’t require a router. Let’s assume you have two computers at home and you want to connect them together so that you can easily share an internet connection between the two machines or transfer photos, music and other files from one computer to another.
Wireless LAN An example of a Wi-Fi network. A wireless local area network (WLAN) links two or more devices using some wireless distribution method (typically spread-spectrum or OFDM radio), and usually providing a connection through an access point to the wider Internet. This gives users the ability to move around within a local coverage area and still be connected to the network. Most modern WLANs are based on IEEE 802.11 standards, marketed under the Wi-Fi brand name. Wireless LANs have become popular in the home due to ease of installation, and in commercial complexes offering wireless access to their customers; often for free.
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Correlation vs. Causation (A Mathographic) As part of our quest to understand the Algorithm, we do a lot of correlation analysis here at SEOmoz. We tend to dive right into the deep end, so I thought it might be a good time to take a step back and talk about the absolute basics of correlation, including some warnings about causation. We’ll often say (and hear) the fallback phrase – “correlation does not imply causation”, but people rarely dig into what that means. To make this experience as pleasant as possible for the math-phobic, I drew you a picture. I’d like to introduce the world’s first Mathographic. Ok, it’s probably not the world’s first, and it’s really just an infographic, but give a guy credit for trying to keep you entertained.