Sometime in the late 1990s, after extensive salvaging of all available electronic scrap that I could beg, buy, borrow, or garbage-dive for convinced me that hardware dev without funding was functionally impossible for someone that people still perceived as being a child. This led to the assembly of functional requirements & a parts list for […]
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(Last updated 2019.12.19) Why DarkPi? Most currently available general computing technology breaks when you shut off the internet.
This post was prompted by impending homelessness, worry that I wouldn’t survive the outdoors, and a desire to make development information freely available. It’s called the DarkPi:Trio, and it’s the result of several years of thought and effort. Want to see what it’s running on the backend? Go take a look at the dev branch […]