Shibles Hall may look typical 1950's from the outside, but there's nothing dated about the technology it now sports on all four floors. Due to innovative use of a donor's gift, Shibles is a prototype for the University of Maine campus in wireless technology. The building is now 100 percent wired for wireless, with a power hub system capable of handling up to 100 portable computers at a time.
Hyatt, Kay, "Wired for Wireless" (2001). General University of Maine Publications. 1909.
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