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THE WORLD\'S MOST EXPENSIVE WALKIEWALK IE, WALK-IE, WARLIKE, WALKER, WALLIE, WALKIES, WALK, TALKIE, ALIKE, WALKED, WAKE, WALE, WACKIER, WALKING, WILIE, WALKS TALKIES.

So just what would the world's most expensive walkiewarlike, Walker, walker, Wallie, walkies, walk, talkie, alike, walked, Wake, wake, wale, wackier, walking, Wilie, walks talkies consist
of? Take a modern high end notebook PC running Windows, Linux or
FreeBSDFree BSD, Free-BSD, Freebased, Freebase, Freest, Freebases, Freebies, Freebie's [1] and add the following ingredients:

* 802.11b wireless network interface.
* SpeakFreelySpeak Freely, Speak-Freely, Sparely, Severely, Sparkly, Speakable, Securely, Squarely, Spectral, Sparkle, Speckle, Pickerel, Sparkler, Spryly, Scarily, Specifiably [2] for your chosen operating system.
* A dozen geeks with similar setups at a MelbWirelessMulberries, Mulberry's, Liberals, Marlboro's, Liberalise, Marlborough's [3] meeting.
* Several dozen to watch on with amusement.
* Wireless infrastructure to make all this happen (AP, DNS, DHCP,
SpeakFreelySpeak Freely, Speak-Freely, Sparely, Severely, Sparkly, Speakable, Securely, Squarely, Spectral, Sparkle, Speckle, Pickerel, Sparkler, Spryly, Scarily, Specifiably [4] conference server).

And you have a recipe for a lot of fun and experimentation. All that
needs to be done then is to load up SpeakFreelySpeak Freely, Speak-Freely, Sparely, Severely, Sparkly, Speakable, Securely, Squarely, Spectral, Sparkle, Speckle, Pickerel, Sparkler, Spryly, Scarily, Specifiably [5], plug in one'sones, Ono's, owner's, en's, In's, Ines, Noe's, Ina's, inn's, ins's, onus's, owners, eon's, ion's, onus, Bone's, Jone's, bone's, cone's, hone's, pone's, tone's, zone's, Ont's, Anne's, Arne's, Iona's, Ode's, Ole's, Oona's, Ore's, ode's, ore's, owns, Ana's, Ann's, Any's, Una's, ans's, uni's, ens, INS, ins, noes, once, Enos, Inez, inns, one, eons, ions, ans, Jones, bones, cones, hones, nones, pones, tones, zones, Ynes, OSes, Otes, odes, oles, opes
headset and walk around talking to everyone else!

Unlike other walkiewarlike, Walker, walker, Wallie, walkies, walk, talkie, alike, walked, Wake, wake, wale, wackier, walking, Wilie, walks talkies, you can also surf web servers on the
LAN, play games, leech files and do other cool things while chatting.

Got my sound working under Linux, so I'll be changing operating
systems for the next VoIPVIP, Void, Coop, Coup, VP, Pip, VIPs, Bop, Cop, Vii, VI, Vi, Hopi, Op, Viol, Wop, Viii, Chip, Corp, Goop, Hoop, Loop, Poop, Soup, Voice, Voila, Voile, GOP, Kip, RIP, Rip, SOP, VOA, Vic, Vin, Viv, Von, Dip, Fop, Hip, Hop, Lip, Lop, Mop, Nip, Opp, Poi, Pop, Sip, Sop, Tip, Top, Via, Vie, Vim, Viz, Voe, Vol, Vow, Yip, Zip, Veep, Whip, Vamp, Phip, Vail, Gorp, Quip, Ship, Soap, Vain, Veil, Vein, Voes, Vole, Vote, Vows, Vi's, Vow's [6] session.

Links:
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[1] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?FreeBSD
[2] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?SpeakFreely
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?MelbWireless
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?SpeakFreely
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?SpeakFreely
[6] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?VoIP

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