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Setting up a Folk Sneakernet... Tips?

Mystakaphoros (2664209) writes | more than 2 years ago

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Mystakaphoros (2664209) writes "I'm about to move down to the University of Delaware area, and I'd like to establish what I'm currently calling a "folk sneakernet," where we meet up face-to-face to swap USB drives and get back to that same sort of feeling of pre-Internet excitement when a friend had a great shareware game on a floppy. Could anybody chime in with some of their experiences with sneakernets amongst friends or how they can work in a small community (say like a coffee shop)?"
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Kinda like free love in the 70s ... (1)

Jahf (21968) | more than 2 years ago | (#40353807)

which led to all sorts of problems in the 80s ...

In other words, that may have been safER way back when, but now it just seems like a massive invitation to viruses and malware. Sure, most won't be a problem, but it only takes one vector to be a problem.

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