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Offline NFC Guestbook Tag
Not the most useful thing in the world, but at least it will probbly outlast the internet in the case of a nuclear war.
Not sure how useful it it, but currently most tags are just
simple electronic "post it notes" when dealing with text.
This is a cheap tag which you can push text to like any
tags, and then it will auto append it for others to read
Reading the guestbook is just a matter of tapping
For a bit extra, you could probably power an electronic
paper display to display the last few messages.
This is good for geo tag locations, or local
E.g. Next to an art or graffiti location, as a 'guestbook'.
DIGITAL DEAD DROPS: SECRET COMMUNICATION IN PLAIN SIGHT
Finally baked as an android app [mofosyne, Mar 25 2016]
NFC Message Board Sourcecode
Shoddily coded proof of concept essentally [mofosyne, Mar 25 2016]
NFC Message Board
Android app [mofosyne, Mar 25 2016]
"DIY NFC BBS"
photo album by reddit user /u/pseudo_mccoy [mofosyne, Mar 25 2016]
||This is an excellent idea. What's it about?
||More specifically, what's an NFC Guestbook?
||" Not sure how useful it is "
|| MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 25 2016
||NFC = Near Field Communication
||NFC Tag = A small device that can store a small amount of
data. e.g. 888bytes.
NFC Guestbook would be to store multiple small twitter
sized messages onto such NFC tags from different users.
||As for how useful it is? Not exactly useful in most cases.
But one person mentioned that he use it as a small
"notice" board in various location in some workplace.
||TIL you're a mod. TIL mods can add taglines. TIL tagline
suggestions aren't all being put off for some future date.
Or TIL I misunderstood terribly.
||Your "digital dead drops" link reminds me of something I
years ago, which was USB flash drives embedded in brick
walls and such with their plugs sticking out, for people to
plug their laptops onto to share files. (Of course, there's
significant risk of contracting some kind of infection that