How do I disable the wireless button on my Acer Aspire 3000

I got my Broadcomm wireless working, and everything's great, except for the design of this stupid laptop. The button that toggles the wireless is positioned in a way that if I am leaning back with the laptop on my lap, my belt or stomach often accidentally turns the wireless off.
Is there a way I can keep the WLAN working, and just disable this stupid button?
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If the button on your laptop is anything like the one on my old one (an old model Sony Vaio), the switch is actually a hardware switch that simply completes a circuit and provides power to the wireless card. If this is the case, short of taping the button in the 'on' position or opening the case to solder the connection, I don't see a way to keep it on indefinitely.