Sure, i mean routing your shit through a 3rd party server also makes it "work", but it's arguably undesirable, except for dumb people (like you, again) who do not care. Happy Skyping.
As someone who's not really a networking guy
Yeah. It's showing.
It is a big deal (i.e. impossible) to actually get End-to-End connecitivity when you do need it but find yourself behind a (carrier grade) NAT.
Breaking this one fundamental principle for the added comfort of being able to just deploy a NAT and feel reasonably secure is totally not worth it. Really, stop.
an entire internet worth of
Anyway, the detector radio, while interesting, cannot pickup FM, so I don't see how it is relevant here.
Someone up the page commented that DAB radios are power pigs.
What comment are you referring to?
I don't have experience with DAB but if true it wouldn't be good in a natural disaster situation.
On the first glance, I don't see why that should be the case.