Driving to Fla. need internet?

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    I'm new to the forums. What I want is very simple. I want to get the internet on my laptop, when I drive to Fla. What is the easiest way using my Droid2 and the laptop to access the world wide web, without any extra charges. My phone is rooted.

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    Barnacle wifi tether works well for me.
     
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    where can i get bejeweled bliz for my phone
     
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    Barnacle disguises data? Dont you have to do that too?

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    I haven't read anything about disguising data. I don't tether much at all, I installed it just to try it out, only needed it once.
     
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    barnicle tether and wifi tether from the market both work. you can also check out PDAnet from the market for a wired tether.

    all will work, none of it can be seen by verizon. they may see a lot of data, but they can't see where it is coming from or how it is being used.