Technology villagers using diy internet network in afghanistan

Published on June 29th, 2011 | by Important Media Cross-Post

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Afghan City Builds its own Internet Network from Reused Materials

We’re big fans of do-it-yourself projects… from outdoor ovens to solar air heaters to, well, houses. But a DIY internet network made from reused materials in the developing world? That’s really cool! We’ll let our friends at sister site Insteading tell the story

 

Afghan City Builds DIY Internet Out Of Trash (via Insteading)

Is there such a thing as DIY internet? An amazing open-source project in Afghanistan proves you don’t need millions to get connected. While visiting family last week,  the topic of conversation turned to the internet, net neutrality, and both corporate…





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