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By Doug Stanley, Tampa Tribune, Fla. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Jan. 6--If the holiday season brought a second -- or even third -- computer into your house, you may be considering connecting them.
With a home network, everyone in the house can share printers and files without running back and forth with CDs and floppy disks.
Even better, every computer can share a single high-speed Internet connection and be online at the same time.
The drudgery of drilling holes in walls, pulling cable and fiddling with network settings discourages many home users from building traditional Ethernet networks.
That leaves three …