Did anyone else see David Pogue’s review of a nifty new gadget called the Mifi? Essentially, you can have your own mini-wifi connection wherever you go with this gadget. Instead of paying $20/day in your fancy hotel. When you don’t want to share a connection with 25 others in Starbucks. You can go to a coffee shop that has no WIFI! Your entire family can use it simultaneously — up to 5 users! Don’t know what the heck I’m talking about? Read the article, woman!
Elizabeth Rodgers is an avid traveler, award-winning filmmaker and Los Angeles native who lives in Boise, Idaho. She is also someone who never thought in a million years that she would live in a place like Boise... and she loves it.
Elizabeth is also a screenwriter and filmmaker, having produced and directed documentary films that have appeared on PBS and educational television worldwide, most notably Exodus 1947. She has written for Paramount Pictures, Showtime Entertainment, Carsey-Werner, and Robert Evans Productions, among others. She is well-traveled, missing only the continents of Australia and Antarctica.