: Collaboratively creating a hobo-language for free wireless networking [Online].
is the practice of looking for wireless computer networks and making chalk marks (on walls and the ground) to indicate their locations so that others can more easily find them.
(131) See Warchalking
.org's symbol pocket guide, at
Wi-fi and warchalking
have gone hand in band almost from the beginning, though the latter only acquired this name fairly recently.
@ See a chart of warchalking
symbols by visiting SM Online.
E-commerce solicitor Charlotte Colman said: 'Many people have not heard of warchalking
as it is relatively new in the UK, but businesses need to familiarise themselves with it and, more importantly, protect themselves against it.'
CONFUSED by all the talk about wireless networking and the new street internet craze called warchalking
Jeremy Beale, head of ebusiness for the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) said yesterday: ``The CBI condemns warchalking
as an implicit incitement to irresponsible and illegal acts.''
' is marking up street locations with special symbols to identify wireless locations.
West Midlands firms were yesterday warned about the latest high-tech threat to their operations - a new computer craze called warchalking
THERE'S a new word doing the rounds you're going to be hearing a lot more of this year - warchalking
Internet user Matt Jones posted details of the system, called 'Warchalking
', on his website last week.