Wireless LAN


A LAN is a type of computer network where the computers communicate over lengths of wire or string. A wireless LAN is simply a LAN that has been unplugged, or an un-LAN.
In the early days of computing, unlanning was a practical joke played by professors and other such nerds, where they would unplug a computer at a vital moment, deleting days of work or plunging a third world country into civil war.
Today, unlanning is nearly impossible thanks to encrypted knots tying the computers together - in fact for the highest level of encryption, it would take 11 scout masters over 8 years to unencrypt a single knot.

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