Tips & Tricks of the Trade


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Thanks, I also found a workaround on YouTube. My trick is when the ps4 attempts to log on to WiFi, after it fails I press the triangle button which is the troubleshooting option. Then it brings me to the hotel WiFi login page, there I enter the password and it works! Speaking of PS4, I’m about to play BF1 now. Thanks for your help
You travel with a PS4 or remote access it?


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I carry it with me. Didn’t know you could remote access it, gonna look into it.
Sorry that was more of a question asking you if it's possible, rather than saying it is and asking if you do it.

I'm sure it's possible from a server standpoint as far as playing media you have stored on it. Don't know how you'd overcome the whole bluetooth remote control being in another state but who knows.


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I bring my gaming laptop with me. It's not too bulky. Usually hotel wifi is adequate to run my steam games, etc. Don't get me wrong, slamming a beer down with the crew and exploring the area is a blast. But when you overnight for the 100th time in the middle of winter at [insert podunk town], I'm perfectly happy with enjoying some games ;)

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Tide to go is a must must must because the glaze from a honey cruller donut looks like jizz when it spills on black pants, and looks more like jizz when you try to wipe it off with glaze covered fingers.
Or just don't eat donuts, they're not good for you.


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Interesting post, with useful ideas here. Additional travel ideas: a) use scissors to cut standard size earplugs in half - to shorten the cylinders. This allows them to protrude less from the ear canal so they won't irritate your ears when lying on a pillow. For noisy heaters, run the heat up while you are awake to heat the walls. Then turn the heat way down so it won't cycle during the night. Grab a spare blanket and you will survive the night without the noisy heat...