Edimax Wi-Fi Detector

Edimax Wi-Fi Detector

Works great, has lots of options, is small and has never failed me.

  • This no contract mobile wifi device with a no commitment 50 USD a month service would have been great during my recent trip to Colorado. It was like a telecommunications dead zone where we were. Yes, I was having interweb withdraw... This no contract mobile wifi device with a no commitment 50 USD a month service would have been great during my recent trip to Colorado. It was like a telecommunications dead zone where we were. Yes, I was having interweb withdrawals.

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  • Our oldest dog gets hotspots sometimes and the only way to keep him from licking his paws raw is to make him look like a satellite dish with a big plastic cone. Then it tears up our furniture, is loud and he hates us for a week. T... Our oldest dog gets hotspots sometimes and the only way to keep him from licking his paws raw is to make him look like a satellite dish with a big plastic cone. Then it tears up our furniture, is loud and he hates us for a week. This comfy cone is the perfect alternative. Your dog can even eat or drink with it on!

  • Ohhhhhh remember when... peace to all where has it gone???

  • Lensbabies make some really fun lenses for your digital SLR camera. Attach to your camera as you would any other lense, and choose from a variety of different lenses, each producing a fun effect. There is telephoto, macro, "sweet ... Lensbabies make some really fun lenses for your digital SLR camera. Attach to your camera as you would any other lense, and choose from a variety of different lenses, each producing a fun effect. There is telephoto, macro, "sweet spot" (gradual blue around the selected sweet spot), and more. Check em out!

  • When you're out and about and need a place to stop and blog, this is the must-have keychain. It seeks out the nearest available wifi signal. Handy! This technology eliminates false readings from microwave and portable phone interf... When you're out and about and need a place to stop and blog, this is the must-have keychain. It seeks out the nearest available wifi signal. Handy! This technology eliminates false readings from microwave and portable phone interference. It detects 802.11B and G Networks. Plus, with four bright LED's you can easily see your signal strength.

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  • Sometimes you want to have wifi access for a couple devices and sharing it through your laptop can be a real battery drain. This thing is awesome and it lets me get my ipod touch to the internet without having to log on to a PC

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  • Finally, sophisticated play tiles that wont ruin your decor! Yes, the alphabet is important, but so is style... Playspot is a beautiful and innovative soft floor surface that keeps your child comfortable and happy, while compl... Finally, sophisticated play tiles that wont ruin your decor! Yes, the alphabet is important, but so is style... Playspot is a beautiful and innovative soft floor surface that keeps your child comfortable and happy, while complementing your home’s decor. Made of EVA foam, it is safe for all ages and completely customizable size-wise (up to 72" x 54"). Available in Brown/Pink (shown), Blue/Gold or Multi-Brights.

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  • By Melissa Summers for Alpha Mom Letting my daughter create her own t-shirt has been a lesson in letting go. When I first opened the package of Peace Monkey’s Do-It-Yourself Tees, I was instantly struck with the kind of crippli... By Melissa Summers for Alpha Mom Letting my daughter create her own t-shirt has been a lesson in letting go. When I first opened the package of Peace Monkey’s Do-It-Yourself Tees, I was instantly struck with the kind of crippling anxiety which will only grip an anally-retentive adult when faced with a permanent marker, a t-shirt and an enthusiastic seven-year-old. In spite of my best intentions to squash any sense of spontaneity in my seven-year-old, Madison grabbed the marker and drew a picture of a dog. She drew a dog because my daughter never misses a chance to remind me that the only thing she would like in this world is a dog. She may never have a dog but she now has her very own drawing of a dog on her shirt and it's given her a lot of joy. Maybe we can teach the drawing on her shirt to do tricks so it's nearly as exciting as a real dog? Okay, it's a really nice soft and sturdy cotton shirt but probably not as exciting as a puppy.

  • By Jennifer Mattern (Breed em and weep) for Alpha Mom How to Con Your Kid sports the tagline “The Book Your Children Don’t Want You to Read.” My children don’t want me to read any books without Disney Princesses on the cover, ... By Jennifer Mattern (Breed em and weep) for Alpha Mom How to Con Your Kid sports the tagline “The Book Your Children Don’t Want You to Read.” My children don’t want me to read any books without Disney Princesses on the cover, but this one was definitely worth sneaking off to the bathroom with. The authors (who are behind the bestselling Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook series—perfect credentials) offer solid advice for outwitting your kids while keeping them (and you) smiling. Time to get ’em dressed. I go for it. “Welcome to Mommy’s Clothing Boutique!” Kid #1 takes the bait, but Kid #2 scowls and flees the scene, shrieking “DADDY! DADDY!” “I guess she didn’t like your clothes,” says Kid #1. I’m sure they’ll cover this in the sequel.

  • By Matthew Baldwin (Defective Yeti) for Alpha Mom His newest release, “Meltdown!” only reaffirms what he demonstrated in his previous four CDs: that the appeal of truly good music spans the generations, regardless of whether i... By Matthew Baldwin (Defective Yeti) for Alpha Mom His newest release, “Meltdown!” only reaffirms what he demonstrated in his previous four CDs: that the appeal of truly good music spans the generations, regardless of whether it's labeled as "children's." Roberts fronted a small alt-folk band out of Minneapolis in a previous life, and the influence is unmistakable in “Meltdown!” The album also showcases the astonishing breadth of Robert's talent. One song sounds as if James Taylor is singing lead vocals for They Might Be Giants; another brings to mind Paul Simon's "Graceland." When my wife entered the room in the middle of "Sand Castles" and asked if it was a new single from Death Cab For Cutie, I knew we had a winner. So it was time to send this one to the CEO for final approval. I queued up the CD while my 24-month son stood nearby, waiting to render judgement. For the first half of the opening song, "I Chalk," he simply stared at the stereo, rapt with attention. Then, as Roberts segued into the chorus, he began a stompy little dance, as if auditioning to become a contestant on "American Clogger." He alternated between intense concentration and merry jigging for the length of the album, and, the moment it ended, shouted "more music!"

  • By Cara Schrock for Alpha Mom When a red, infant-sized "Dairy Free" t-shirt from Jeeto!’s Allergy Collection arrived on my doorstep, I thought the Fashion Gods had finally answered my prayers. Style and practicality: A cute t-s... By Cara Schrock for Alpha Mom When a red, infant-sized "Dairy Free" t-shirt from Jeeto!’s Allergy Collection arrived on my doorstep, I thought the Fashion Gods had finally answered my prayers. Style and practicality: A cute t-shirt my allergic son could wear to remind everyone around him that he shouldn’t eat dairy foods.

  • By Alice Bradley of Finslippy for Alpha Mom Then, before I could put him into therapy, the Grand Cape arrived. Constructed of a space–age glittery material and featuring a triumphant gold star smack dab in the center, I had ch... By Alice Bradley of Finslippy for Alpha Mom Then, before I could put him into therapy, the Grand Cape arrived. Constructed of a space–age glittery material and featuring a triumphant gold star smack dab in the center, I had chosen to review it because I knew it would appeal to Henry’s superhero aspirations. It wasn’t until it arrived that I knew what it was really for. Henry’s eyes widened when I showed him his new cape. “Put it on me put it on me put it on me!” he shouted, dancing around the box. When I finally got him still enough to tie it on, he stood, arms akimbo, and regarded himself in the mirror. “Do you know who that is?” I asked him. He rolled his eyes at me. “I’m Henry,” he sighed. “Not just Henry,” I said. “You’re Henry the Good Guy,” I said. He squinted at me. “How do you know?” “Because. That’s a Good Guy cape.” He beamed at his reflection. For the rest of the afternoon, he zoomed about the house, performing his various good–guy duties. He saved action figures from certain doom and grabbed block buildings in mid–topple. He gazed benevolently at the dog before kissing him on top of the head. From that day onward, there was no more talk of him being a bad guy. And—for a little while, at least—I felt like a genius.

  • By JenB for Alpha Mom Honestly though, I love the shoes, I love the website, but by far the coolest thing is designing your, I mean your child's, own shoe. You can pick the colors for all parts of the shoe; uppers, sides, tops,... By JenB for Alpha Mom Honestly though, I love the shoes, I love the website, but by far the coolest thing is designing your, I mean your child's, own shoe. You can pick the colors for all parts of the shoe; uppers, sides, tops, laces, straps, depending on the shoe style. I spent an ungodly amount of time on the site and soon as I was sent the url. This would actually be a great activity for you to do with your child as a fun new school year thing. They could help you pick the colors to match their knapsack or their favorite action figure. The sizes only go up to 10 and I would love to see them expand that. I think most kids (ok, parents too), would LOVE to pick out colors and styles to make their shoes exactly how they want them.

  • La establishment. LA hotspot. LA icon. Try it and you'll love it.

  • Combine this with a mobile broadband card and you've got yourself a hotspot on the go. All of our t-shirt scouts carry this little setup, code name: Special Ops.

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