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Sunday, March 27, 2005

Neighbornode

Via Phil Windley's Technometria we have the newest kool idea: Neighbornode, using Linksys WRT54G and the free Neighbornode firmware file in order to build:

group message boards on wireless nodes, placed in residential areas and open to the public. These nodes transmit signal for around 300 feet, so everyone within that range has access to the board and can read and post to it.

past Linksys posts include: Linksys WRT54G with SNMP and VPN, Confusion surrounds Linksys WiFi hole, and disruptive router is The Little Engine That Could under the categories:


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