Run your own network wiring

From Engadget:

Wherever you call home, it probably didn’t come wired up for that most precious of home utilities: internet access. Sometimes wireless networking can only take you so far. Guerrilla network wiring might sound a little strong, but sometimes it ends up feeling like an episode of MacGyver, without the bombs. (Unless you count flaming laptops.)

In today’s How-To, we’ll show you how to make your own cables and teach you a few tricks for getting them where you need ‘em most around the house.

Yeah, I know: wireless networking makes this method of networking a real relic. But the fact is, wired networking is still faster than wireless in many cases and it won’t be subject to the same kinds of interference.

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