I've decided to have another Trump-Free morning. And also catch up on another of my "The Writers Workbench" columns.
This one considers a technology called "mesh networking," but don't worry it's something that's very basic and might be of use to a lot of people. It's very similar to what a lot of people call signal boosting though works a little different -- and in this particular case, really wonderfully.
If your home is set-up in a way that you have a difficult time getting a good, clear, strong Wi-Fi signal throughout the place and have some dead spots, then this is for you. Google Wi-Fi is a mesh networking product that is surprisingly extremely easy to set up (among other things, its app walks you through it step-by step) and even better, works wonderfully well.
As always, rather than reformat the original article, here it is all ready at its home on the WGA website.