I’ve decided that my column for the October print edition of Technology Review will be about mesh networks. I will blog some of my initial thoughts soon - I will be trusting to you, my readers, to help me refine and develop my ideas. But first, help me out: tell me why mesh networks are so disruptive. Why do you think they’re so cool? What do they do that was not possible before?
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