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   xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Mar 9 12:32 AM

Mar 9, 2010: Fab Fi

Not a cross between the Fab 4 and Dave Clark 5, It's a homemade Wi-Fi network built with/from junk.

Members of MIT's Bits and Atoms lab visited Afghanistan some time ago. While there, they showed locals how to turn pieces of board, wire, a plastic tub and some cans into reflectors for a wireless network. The result? Fab Fi.
The project resulted in 25 simultaneous live nodes being up in the city of Jalalabad and residents being able to enjoy a stable connection all over the place. Locals are even expanding the network by adding more reflectors and routers. There are some difficulties in actually obtaining the routers though, but the MIT crew—now dubbed the Jalalabad Fab Lab—are helping resolve those by shipping routers over.
This is the kind of thing, along with micro-loans, that forge stronger alliances, than millions in foreign aid ever could.

Sure, now the area is exposed to time wasters and Internet porn, but it's also been provided some new opportunities to learn and explore.
All this time these poor people have been deprived of Goatse, Tubgirl, and Two girls-one cup.
No more, baby, no more.


SPUCK  Tuesday Mar 9 04:26 AM

Disaster Girl knows where they live now. They're screwed!

newtimer  Tuesday Mar 9 09:18 AM

I still don't understand the name. Fabulous Fidelity? I don't get it.

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Mar 9 10:52 AM


Cloud  Tuesday Mar 9 10:59 AM

Can I put that on my roof and not have to pay Time Warner?

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