Wireless Schmireless

I read an article in this month's Washington State Bar News (http://www.wsba.org/) that touted wireless networking as the "next phase" in law practice flexibility. And, to their credit, while they did address some of the more obvious concerns (like WEP encryption turned off by default, and SSIDs broadcase by default), but didn't really address the bigger issues of snoopers, network security in general, or of liability concerns.

Now, you'd think that since this is a laywer publication, they'd focus on this stuff. But they didn't. **sigh** I guess it's my fault for choosing a profession that's so far behind technically that many firms still use WordPerfect for DOS, yet still want to appear trendy and "cutting edge".