Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Wi-fi and shedworking

BBC's latest Panorma programme looked at the subject of wi-fi. It focused on schools but still raised some pertinent questions about how safe it is for shedworkers and those working in shedlike atmospheres in terms of radiation levels. You can read more about it here and watch the programme again for the next seven days here.

5 comments:

  1. I'm wi-fi'd to the max here, Alex, and read this article from BBC News yesterday with some relief. Am I safe?

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  2. Me too. It looks like it depends partly on how old you are. If you're still at school it might not be so great. You're not still at school San are you?

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  3. I've been assured wi-fi is a far lower risk than the microwave, which delights me as I loathe it and all food microwaved. But then again my wi-fi router's signal has all the vigour of a dead spider - forget working in the garden, I'm lucky to get a connection 5 metres away in the dining room.

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  4. I've had no problems with my wi-fi. In fact there's a pub at the end of my road and I'm considering an experiment on its full reach...

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