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The Academy Awards Pirate 2 Pirate Global Party was a great success! Part of the face2face/stick2stick  craze is the “Pirate2Pirate Kopimi Station” at cafe MÖRDER, Berlin. Come along and get the files! Empty 8 GB stick required!

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Posted on February 23, 2009

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  2. korona says:

    That’s retarded.

  3. Not Korona says:

    As in cool retarded.

  4. monki says:

    What copying device is that mediating between the USB-sticks? We could really use one in the s23k bus in Stockholm!

  5. Aram says:

    it’s a “Equip USB 2.0 OTG”. but you ll need an extra power converter. the batteries don’t last very long ;-)

  6. milsyobtaf says:

    any idea if you were to hook a usb hub with multiple usb drives into the destination side of this, would it allow you to copy to all of them at once? i’ve had a samizdat dissemination device in my head for a while but haven’t gotten around to the brain of the design, this could be perfect.

  7. Aram says:

    it says it reads from card readers but i don t think it would write to a hub parallel. you need something like this http://www.e-martuk.com/enter.html?lang=en-uk&target=d14.html&lmd=39679.400104

  8. John says:

    That is an amazing idea. Hope to see more of these around the world!

  9. milsyobtaf says:

    @Aram thanks for the info. that device you linked was actually the impetus for my idea, trying to do it for a skosh less than the prices everyone seems to want for one. probably a good reason they cost so much.

  10. daniel says:

    That’s awesome!

  11. moih says:

    but does it have wifi?

  12. [...] interest in these films, but the delivery system could be intriguing on a legitimate level. [FAT via Make via [...]

  13. [...] interest in these films, but the delivery system could be intriguing on a legitimate level. [FAT via Make via [...]

  14. [...] people of F.A.T. LABS (Free Art and Technology) made a post about their Academy Award KOPIMI station. A neat and elegantly designed device where you insert an usb-stick and get a copy of all the Oscar [...]

  15. [...] interest in these films, but the delivery system could be intriguing on a legitimate level. [FAT via Make via [...]

  16. [...] interest in these films, but the delivery system could be intriguing on a legitimate level. [FAT via Make via [...]

  17. [...] F.A.T. » Pirate 2 Pirate Kopimi Station Alle Oscar-nominierten Filme in einem Café in Berlin auf einen USB-Stick laden. Schlägt genau in dieselbe Bresche wie die "Available Online For Free"-Sticker und ist mindestens genauso peinlich wie kurzsichtig. [...]

  18. [...] Great kiosk-style distribution. Bring an 8gig flash drive, get all nominated Oscar films. This entry was written by Tyler Kremberg, posted on February 24, 2009 at 11:29 am, filed under Personal and tagged awesome media movies film pirates. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL. « Scammy Scammy Scam Scam [...]

  19. Kingsley says:

    It Quite fastionate and has to be rated higher in the morden Arts.

  20. [...] right is copyright? I ran into a post last night, about the “Pirate 2 Pirate Kopimi Station” (via “MAKE: Blog“).  It is great that folks at Make are covering this emergent [...]

  21. >> says:

    Let’s push things >>

  22. Afrikadabra says:

    Bring this Stateside!
    It’d also be pretty cool to see this used with G.R.L. i.e. Give LaserTag to people on the street who see it being used.

  23. Richard says:

    Have I just been rickrolled? Noooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!

    That was like a sneak/quick rick attack.

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  25. tobi-x says:

    i totally want one of theese.

  26. Jools says:

    Anyone else notice that they misspelt Dark Knight?

  27. Jan Hopmans says:

    Is this for sale? :O I want this. =D

  28. [...] device in the wall and the USB stick stays in the classic way mobile. Take a look at this piece fffff.at/pirate-2-pirate-kopimi-station/ I’ve done a while ago and you ll get an [...]

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