TALLINN - There are no less than six different systems a computer user can choose to access the Internet in the Baltics. But to the average user, the jumble of acronyms and system names is meaningless."They don't care how the Internet gets to them, as long as it gets to them," says Veljo Haamer, editor of the wifi.ee Web site.If they did care, they might be overwhelmed by the choice. Estonia offers all the wireless systems available in the rest of the world, plus a few extra. It's miles ahead of its Baltic neighbors, which have only just started to catch on to the wireless craze....
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