Friday, September 01, 2006 - An Upstart Community Wireless Network

An increasing number of wireless Internet entrepreneurs have started a revolution by networking wireless access and resources together to provide FREE WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS. is at the forefront of this revolution, providing an open access wireless community network in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. It uses the Meraki mini as its access device:

If you live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, you can be part of the wireless network to obtain FREE WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS for basic services. is available for residents in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Read more about's upstart community wireless network from the founder and CEO in his blog: Fallen, Inc.

To sign up, send an email to:

If you live outside of this area or in another state, check to see if there's one in your area by doing a Google search, or check out the following:

Other Wireless Community Groups:
* Bay Area Wireless Users Group
* Austin Wireless
* Houston Wireless

As these networks grow nationwide, FREE WIRELESS INTERNET will be available anywhere in the U.S.

An open access community wireless network is created by citizens willing to share wireless internet access for FREE. Remarkable phenomenon and growing, thanks to those with a big heart willing to share the Internet to others. I like to call it "Power of the Crowds".