Copper Alley Bistro, Lord Edward St, beside ChristChurch had a sign in their window yesterday offering free wireless. I don't know if it's a short-term promotion or not. I only saw it as I went by on the bus.
It's illegal and immoral. *boggle* yes, they can "prove it was you" even if you don't live in the area. Please only list legally open AP's.
People have been done for theft in the US after using someone else's Wi-Fi. Not aware of any cases here yet, but as the Guards are aware of people using other peoples' open Wi-Fi for criminal activities (child porn, warez, etc) I suspect it's only a matter of time.
you can get it on and off somtimes in Moda in Rathmines
Whereabouts is Moda in Rathmines
Itsa Bagel, off Merrion Street (down the lane at the Merrion Hotel), says they offer free Wi-Fi, but when I went in a couple of weeks ago and tried it didn't work and none of the staff working could offer assistance.
Some sites listed here:
Select your Country and county and Bobs Yer Uncle
The Lep Inn in Sandyford has free WIFI...
Bia Bar in Dublin 2 has free wifi access
Academy Hotels reception can be picked up in fibbers... even in the basement
Also a lovley little cafe in Dalkey called 'mugs' beside McDonaghs pub
not to go off topic here...
but does anyone have a simple 3 or 4 step guide to getting a PSP connected to the WEB. can never get it to work.
I would like to know this too, it would come in V. Handy!!! Cheers
But yet you did....
Try the Games->Console forum. You'll get a better response there.
heres the link for anyone else interested