If you're the proud new owner of an Xbox 360, you might have come to the realisation that Microsoft is hornswaggling you on wireless connectivity. No wi-fi built in, no US$99/AU$149 wireless adaptor, no problem.
Popular Science points us to a quick and dirty DIY option for unwiring your Xbox 360, using the freeware DD-WRT — and an outdated or unused extra wireless router, of course. It's a pretty straightfoward process — buy this, download that, install the thing, put your IP address in the little box — but handy for those of us who balk at outrageously priced accessories.
With the cost to you being as low as zero dollars, should you have a back up router collecting dust, we'd think it's a decent enough solution.
Unwire Your Xbox [Popular Science]