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08.07.14 Marina Galperina

“I would like to start a network of Dead Drops in Northern NJ starting in my hometown of Rockaway and branching out towards NYC,” writes a self-described “highly motivated, middle age” IT tech James W McCloughy on his Kickstarter Page. The route will be loosely guided by Interstate 80 with a final goal being to establish […]

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08.15.12 Marina Galperina

Don’t put your disk in that hole! No, wait… do. F.A.T. artist and ANIMAL favorite Aram Bartholl and takes his Dead Drops — the freeshare USB slots installed into metropolitan crevices and holes, like the side of the New Museum — and remixes them with… DVD Dead Drop! Ta-da! Starting starting tomorrow, at any time, 24-hours a-day, bring a […]

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11.09.10 Marina Galperina

Dead Drops is NYC’s new “anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in a public space.” Artist Aram Bartholl cemented USB flash drives in and on walls, poles, curbs, crevices and cracks of the city. Here’s a fresh “how to” video. This is cool, even if you don’t want to pop your comp on a tip of […]

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