The Southern California Wireless Users Group (socalwug.org) will host an inaugural Wardrive-in next Wednesday evening in the parking lot of Everest Burgers, 2314 Lake Ave, in Altadena, CA. Sounds like one hell of a good time:
"Time for all interested in WiFi (and RF) to meet and have burger and fries...This is a great time to discuss automotive computer setups, Wardriving, wireless security, automotive cable management, antennas, inverters, RF amplifiers, two way radio, GPS tracking technology and navigation will be the hot topics of the evening.
Some attendees will have the latest in 3g data communication devices from the various mobile phone providers. This event is open to all that want to learn and demonstrate their automotive and PDA gadgets."
Note: This is not an event for loud stereo systems. There are plenty of other meets for this. Noise must be kept down."
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