Oh the places I stream

I livestream in some of the oddest locations you'll ever hear (ok, maybe not very odd, but it's a bit weird :P )

So, the places I livestream are all public Wifi hotspots, as I don't have an internet connection at home (yet), but not what you'd expect.

Place #1: Wendy's - yes, the fast food restaurant, what can I say, they have great Wifi.

Place #2: A park. Outside, in the beautiful, fresh air. The park doesn't have Wifi, but the public town hall is nearby, and I can connect to their Wifi (because sitting inside a stuffy building sucks, unless you're getting food).

Place #3: Would be the public library, but their Wifi will just disconnect every 3-5 minutes, almost as if their running a script to auto kick everyone. (Not they even could do that, though. Still, horrible Wifi to work with.)

I'm working on finding a few more, my mother works at a hotel, and their Wifi is great, but I'm not going to sit in the lobby for 3 hours and stream. I'm thinking about maybe getting a room for the night and doing an extended 8+ hour stream just to see how that goes. (That would get very expensive, though, I don't think I'll do it very often.)

All of these is the reason I swear by laptops, you don't get this kind of flexibility with a desktop :D


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