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    A mesh network spontaneously erupts in the US and helps connect Puerto Rico /Link

     When goTenna put out their Mesh device earlier this year, I thought the off-grid gadgets would be great for an emergency kit or back country hike. But it turns out that I underestimated the demand for a resilient, user-powered mesh network: dedicated nodes now populate cities across the country, and volunteers are using them to get Puerto Rico back online after a devastating hurricane season. Read More




    (@)Devin Coldewey

    Published on 14 Nov 2017 at 06:41PM

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