Who cares what they "say"?
 
I'm wondering if there's some way we c ould get FEMA to fund a group of us going down there and basically putting in an infrastructure so that communication is possible.   We could have lots of data and VOIP capability real fast, compared to the telcos. 
 
 
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From: Rick Smith
Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 8:42 PM
Subject: RE: opportunity to help (was Re: [WISPA] Hurricane? - worsethanmediasays)

yeah, right.   The telcos will be screaming.  And they'll get all the press.
 
"They didn't even use UNION labor!  SPank them!"
 
Double edged sword.


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I can see the National headlines.  "Group of WISPs from WISPA save the day be restoring communications weeks before the telcos"  :)

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Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 5:40 PM
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Is there any way some of us other WISPs can show up with some 
infrastructure and save the day? Could be a good opportunity to help 
some people and do some good marketing WISPs at the same time.

-Matt

Mac Dearman wrote:

  
The word from an RN ( personal friend) that is working at the 
SuperDome said that they are moving the living out and moving the dead 
in. They said that they are out of body bags - - - - - it will be 
thousands dead from the sound of it just in the NOLA area- - - -

Man - this is unreal. If you are a praying person - - - - - today is 
the day to remember these folks!!!! There are so many that havent been 
heard from, so many missing, so many that are without anything today. 
I am currently at my moms house and she has a house full of people. 
Only one couple is kin to us and the rest are refugees from New 
Orleans. The POTS lines here are non functional as it is jammed up and 
all you get is a recording stating that " all circuits are busy"  I 
have VOIP phones and they work great as they arent Dependant on the 
PSTN in this area. Its just about the only dependable phone service up 
here today.

    

  

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