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Completing homework with no Internet?
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Completing homework with no Internet?

I have Internet at home but I constantly get assigned online maths homework or assignments which I could quickly research through Internet access.Problem is that my computer has no internet and I can't convince my parents to connect it.I have connection on my iPod and I'm currently on a 14 day trial for pdanet which uses my iPod like a wifi modem that gives my pc Internet.Are there any FREE ways of doing this on a jailbreaked iOS 3 1st gen Ipod Touch?I cannot work on a computer right near the kitchen and get constantly kicked off it because of WoW.

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