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In 2011, my friends at Ushahidi asked me for my feedback on an idea they had: an internet conectivity device built for the developing world. Ushahidi's developer, and anyone who's used the interent in a city like Nairobi, were frustrated with the constant disruptions caused by power outages, damaged fiber lines, or excessive traffic on the cellular backhaul.

When you think about it, tech hardware isn't built with the developing world in mind.