On Mar 15, 2010, at 11:48 AM, Bryan Thompson wrote:
> I understand what you are all saying. For our purpose, it would just be a blurb of proper Internet access with an accept button - no signing in with any kind of credentials.
Normally, using a button requires that the user use a browser to visit a homepage ...
Mobile computing users, however, may not be using a browser to access the internet, e.g. facebook, twitter, a weather app (where is that blizzard right now) ... so it may be a while before they see the "EULA" ... If you want to be friendly to a cell phone user and have them tap OK, the button has to be more than a pixel or two in size ...
I've seen, but cannot recall where, a "click ok" button that appeared at a lower level ... when I chose the network to go to in my iPhone. It popped up right then in the network preferences ... with the message "Warning: you are joining an insecure network." (To which I thought, "Cool, any network that will let me on is bound to be insecure" :) )