Bill has been writing articles for ITWeek since October 2000, and more recently for other publications, including The Guardian. You may read them here. If you have any comments, send them to Bill via email.
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|Interaxion||November / December 2003||The Progress of a Fledgling Wireless Broadband Network: the Digging Starts||Bill Pechey and his colleagues are making real progress now. Leased lines have been ordered, cheap routers secured on eBay, and they've even been mixing concrete and digging trenches|
|Interaxion||September / October 2003||A Month in the Life of a Fledgling Wireless Broadband Network||IT industry veteran Bill Pechey (previous positions include heading up modem specialist Hayes in the UK) is busily engaged in setting up a community network. We asked him to do us a diary of his experiences. In our first issue, Bill gives us a run-up, and offers his first set of experiences|
|The Guardian||11 September 2003||Standard Deviation||Wireless Broadband will soon be everywhere, says Bill Pechey. It just isn't clear which version we will use|