oh yes, i have seen it. one particular was
I guess they wanted to let every one know, to whom this wifi belongs to 😂😂
Another example is with mobile devices hotpots.People don't bother to change it and you get something gibberish like,
Logging in on a train once I saw EVERYONE on their laptops tethering to their phones. All had some variation of ‘firstnames iPhone’ in the list of available public connections
That's why I gave my phone the name "☎️". It's quick to spot in a big list of networks.
When I'm travelling on the train, I'll occasionally hear a whispered conversation about my phone's hotspot name: No gods, no masters. :P
No gods, no masters
Now that's brilliant. Might need to update my router with some emoji... Imagine looking at WiFi networks nearby and seeing:
We're a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.