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University of Missouri students arrived on campus this fall with a slew of new electronic toys and immediately wrought havoc with the school's wireless network.

Early on, too many gadgets were vying for attention, leaving some students unable to connect. There was, of course, a lot of virtual hand wringing and outrage from students furious and frustrated over the slow or severed connections.

Still, it was far from a total crash.
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