thedailywhat:

Art Project of the Day: Aram Bartholl has been going around NYC installing a number of anonymous, offline, public p2p file-sharing networks in the form of wall-embedded USB flash drives into which anyone can connect in order to upload/download random files.
Five of these “Dead Drop” locations have been set up so far, with more to come (including expansion into other cities).
[hackaday.]

thedailywhat:

Art Project of the Day: Aram Bartholl has been going around NYC installing a number of anonymous, offline, public p2p file-sharing networks in the form of wall-embedded USB flash drives into which anyone can connect in order to upload/download random files.

Five of these “Dead Drop” locations have been set up so far, with more to come (including expansion into other cities).

[hackaday.]

(Source: thedailywhat)

design art usb file sharing

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    What if one of them just had loads of viruses installed? :O
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