Earlier today, when fooling around with my iPhone at home, I noticed that it was picking up a new wireless network, called "UNC-1". This is odd because I live in the middle of the woods in rural Maine and have never detected any wireless networks besides our family "NETGEAR". I mentioned this to my Dad, who has an Acer laptop running Windows XP. The Acer was also able to see this new network and identified it as "computer to computer". My MacBook Pro was asleep in the other room, so the only two devices in the house currently on, and with wireless were the iPhone and the Acer laptop. I shut off the iPhone to see if perhaps UNC-1 was orginating from it. As soon as the iPhone turned off, the Acer lost the UNC-1 network. I haven't been able to make it happen again.