Hide a Wi-Fi Access Point Inside a Pocket Book for Stealthy File Sharing

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Want to discretely share some files when you’re out in the world? Over on Node, they show off how to build a simple Wi-Fi access point where you can share files with anyone nearby, then hide that inside a pocketbook so nobody knows you’re doing it.

The access point itself will allow multiple devices to hook up to it so they can all share files with each other on a private little network. Then, for fun, the whole thing is shrunk down and stuffed inside a small notebook so you can stealthily share files anywhere. It’s a little over the top, but fun nonetheless. Head over to Node for the full guide.

How to Create a Wi-Fi Pocket Book | Node

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Solar-powered ‘treehouse’ has 360-degree views, Wi-Fi and beer

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The ultimate off-the-grid pad is here and don’t worry, it has Wi-Fi, beer and plenty of options for mood lighting

Jono Williams, a plastics engineer and graphic designer by day, wanted to build an elevated room with a view, but wasn’t convinced that a standard treehouse would suffice. So instead he built his own tree-like structure, one that could sit virtually anywhere in the world not just where large trees grow

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His creation, appropriately dubbed “The Skysphere,” is a circular single room accessible by a ladder in its base. The structure is located in Linton, New Zealand, and provides its guests with endless views of the surrounding countryside. Besides the sleek design and pretty views, the room is completely powered by solar panels, which is necessary for all of its gadgets. Read more…

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