Wi-Fi Planet Holiday Wish List, 2009

Wednesday Nov 18th 2009 by Wi-Fi Planet Staff
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We can't tell you whether Wi-Fi Planet's contributors have been naughty or nice this year, but we can tell you which wireless gadgets they've been wishing for.

Whether or not you put up a tree in your home (or office) in December or compose an e-mail that begins “Dear Santa,” the end of the year is a time for a tradition even older than stockings hung by the fire with care—wishing for new stuff.

In keeping with this tradition, we asked Wi-Fi Planet’s contributors to tell us which Wi-Fi-related things they would each like to have someone wrap up and deliver via FedEx or chimney, whichever worked best this year. We hope they didn’t get the impression that gifts would then be forthcoming…Here’s what they said:

Troy Dreier, writer/reviewer

Gerry Blackwell, writer/reviewer

Joseph Moran, rsnowwoman.jpgeviewer (pictured right)

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Lisa Phifer, writer/reviewer

Yes, that's me (right), waiting for Santa to arrive, circa 1966. Back then, all I wanted was an Easy-Bake Oven or Barbie. Nowadays, I'd much rather receive...

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Jeff Goldman, writerjeffgoldmanxmas.jpg

For me, Wi-Fi is all about mobility and flexibility, so...

Naomi Graychase, Managing Editor

I'll just take two of everything--except maybe that tee shirt--plus a FON La Fonera 2n router ($109), so that I can make a buck or two off my Wi-Fi deprived neighbors.

And since we're wishing, why not throw in a Wi-Fi-enabled BlackBerry from Verizon Wireless (because it has the best coverage in my area) complete with lifetime unlimited voice and data service. That should do it. For this year, anyway.

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