How Classic Authors Would Name Their Wi-Fi | Writer’s Relief

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How Classic Authors Would Name Their Wi-Fi | Writer’s Relief

When Shakespeare, Austen, and Fitzgerald were writing, they didn’t have word processing programs, the Internet, or routers, so they didn’t need to name their Wi-Fi. But if they did, we’re sure they’d be unforgettable (which is a handy trait in Wi-Fi network names!). At Writer’s Relief, when we’re not busy researching publishing markets or guiding our clients through the submissions process, we’re wondering: What would classic authors name their Wi-Fi? We’ve put together a list of funny, clever Wi-Fi names based on classic authors and their writing—and you may be inspired to change the name of your own Wi-Fi network!

Wi-Fi Names Inspired By Classic Authors

H.P. Lovecraft: Wi-Fi in the Witch House

William Shakespeare: To Be or Not to Be Connected

Lewis Carroll: Alice in WonderLAN

Jane Austen: Sense and Connectivity

C.S. Lewis: The Online, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

George Orwell: Big Brother Is Watching

JD Salinger: Catcher in the Rye-Fi

Fyodor Dostoevsky: The Routers Karamazov

Gabriel Garcia Marquez: One Hundred Years of Dial-Up

Edith Wharton: The Site of Mirth

James Baldwin: Giovanni’s Device

Emily Bronte: Wuthering Wi-Fi

F. Scott Fitzgerald: This Side of the Network

Ernest Hemingway: A Moveable Modem

Charles Dickens: Great Connections

William Faulkner: As I Lay Streaming

J.R.R. Tolkien: One Wi-Fi To Rule Them All

 

Question: What Wi-Fi name can you think of based on a classic author’s work?

3 Comments

  1. Ed Teja

    I have no Internet and I must scream… Harlan Ellison

    An Appointment with Verizon… John OHara

    The Unbearable Lightness of connectivity … MIlan Kundera

    The Internet Age … F. Scott Fitzgerald

    All Quiet on the Internet… Marie Remarque

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  2. Flora Jardine

    Enjoyed the Wi-Fi titles inspired by classic authors. How about:

    George Eliot: Modem Bede

    Hardy: Far From the Madding Crowdsourcing

    Daniel Defoe: A Journal of the Platform Year

    Jules Verne: Around the World in 80 Nanoseconds

    Ernest Hemingway: For Whom the Bell Trolls

    Dickens: A Tale of Two Sites

    Iris Murdoch: Under the Network

    Eugene McNeill: Mourning Becomes Electronic

    Oscar Wilde: The Ideal Husbandwidth

    ” Lady Windows-mere’s Fan

    Stella Gibbons: Code Comfort Farm

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  3. Chris Wright

    Aldous Huxley: Brave New Keywords
    Robert Heinlein: The Modem Is A Harsh Mistress
    Edgar Allen Poe: The Telltale Modem
    Edgar A. Poe: Manuscript File Found In A Modem
    Edgar A. Poe: The Modem of The Rue Morgue
    Nathaniel Hawthorne: The House of The Seven Modems
    Ray Bradbury: The Modem Chronicles
    Ray Bradbury: Something Malware This Way Comes

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