The Ozcat Radio DJs

Potential Alter-Nets

Written by jeremy on Saturday, 28 of June , 2014 at 7:50 am

As more and more info leaks out about the lack of personal privacy and security online due to government infringements, there are also more and more discussion about ways to grab what security you can for yourself and those with whom you associate.

There are several existing technologies that are being used for this, and there will continue to be more of them. Most of Europe has lost trust in US tech companies’ ability (or willingness) to protect their information, so more major players will be entering development in this area.

MESH Networks

This post is basically a cork-board to pin useful stuff we find on this subject. We limit ourselves by thinking of ourselves as only a radio station or internet radio station. We’re a community communications resource, and should always keep our eye on ways to continue that should things go sideways.

If you find relevant or interesting stuff, drop it in a comment. We can pull the best of it into this post as links.

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Rasberry Pi-rate Radio

A short-range pirate radio transmitter made from a $55 Raspberry Pi.

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These are the blog pages of the Ozcat DJs, thirty some-odd (some very odd ;) Vallejo volunteers as diverse as V-town itself, with interests, opinions and musical tastes to match. Ozcat Radio is a free-form station, so Ozcat’s DJs are all music directors of their own shows. Whether you’re a music lover, a fellow Vallejoan, or an artist looking for airplay, get to know the DJs who keep Ozcat on the air here.