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There needs to be a bigger selection of routers for this. I want to be able to share with a number of the apartment buildings on my street... the MR3020 is too small, and the Buffalo is having issues apparently.
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I would recomment not putting the Jolly Roger on it......

Although you must admit, it looks pretty sweet with the Jolly Roger on it.
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Although you must admit, it looks pretty sweet with the Jolly Roger on it.

I see no flaw in this logic. What doesn't a Jolly Roger look good on? thumb.gif
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lol, I can imagine these things being stuck in flower pots and under tables all over college campuses.
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Good for file sharing in dense areas I guess. The selection of files you will find will be orders of magnitude less than an online solution.

Are you assuming that only a USB drive can be used?

I'm sure an 8 TB External HDD could work just fine too.. WOOT! biggrin.gif



The problem with hiding this gizmo is it still needs power access and uses cables, maybe make a secret hole in the wall and connect it via an internal power outlet and run the Ethernet to a jack in the wall to hide all suspicion?
Edited by _GTech - 3/12/12 at 5:01pm
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Cool, might have to make one just cause...
...and I liked this part
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Despite studies showing Megaupload’s closure had no impact on online piracy whatsoever,

Yeah me too....what is funny is that some article I was reading said Hotfile,depositfiles,fileserve,and mediafire all had massive jumps in usage after hahaha.
    
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i think deposit files is getting smart about DL speeds: i used to be able to get stuff at 100-250kb/s, but now i am limited to 2-8kb/s, which usually results in dropped DLs after an hour. for a 10MB file, this sucks.
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So essentially what i'm looking at is a flash drive running linux
attached to a wireless router? Ha, thats pretty clever. If I ever live in a
dystopian state I'll set up a few of these and create a "pirate network"

I'll be sure to contact you in a decade, at the rate we're going.
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...just a theory, but would integrating a Raspberry Pi into the case increase the scope of things this could be used for?!
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...just a theory, but would integrating a Raspberry Pi into the case increase the scope of things this could be used for?!

Yes but not the point. Point is that it is as small as can be, so that it's portable. And the PI while small, is still more added. All you technically need is the router and a USB thumbdrive or even a decent sized WD passport. Almost small enough to put in pockets at that point. Or you actually could if you wear cargo pants.
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