After long New England winter of snowshoes and crampons, daffodils are in bloom!
That's not all that's popping up. Even in the back of the beyond, Wi-Fi has become the must-have du jour.
Locals clamored for access, and wowie-kazam, an 18th century church steeple now sports an oblong WiFi doodad, jutting from the belfry.
Telecom builds without oversight; we buy, buy, buy. A marriage made in heaven, right?
Certainly, free connectivity with the world is thrilling.
Although it’s an interconnectedness dependent on Wi-Fi hotspots and viewing screens, it’s also transformative metaphor set in motion. Even if the grid were to go down.
Minds resonate, catch fire, and roar like Niagara, in contact with one another and energies larger-than-self.
There is much to celebrate as we enter times of solar and galactic energies beyond the norm.
Down here on earth in day-to-day living, is WiFi safe?