but with data. The first USB dead drop network of five locations was created by Berlin-based artist Aram Bartholl
in 2010. Since then, there have been over 1,000 dead drop locations that have been registered at deaddrops.com
(Including one outside the Instructables office
.) For a walk through of how to set up a standard USB dead drop, check out this instructable
by user frenzy
Up until now, this has been mostly restricted to urban locations. In this instructable, I am going to attempt to expand this project beyond city limits by showing everyone how to embed USB drives in natural fixtures such as trees and rocks.
What is a USB dead drop? ‘Dead Drops’ is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space. This network is made up of USB drives that are embedded in walls, buildings and other public places. Anyone is free to access, download, and upload. It is very similar to