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A Visit to Mathare

Rufus Muturi | June 20th, 2016

Last Friday we were in Mlango Kubwa in Mathare to give a demo on the Kio Kit at the Mathare Environmental Conservation Group (Facebook page), a UN Hab...

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Field Work

Rufus Muturi | May 23rd, 2016

Everyone in the technology sector has done field work. Visits to customers homes or offices to fix loose cables, mount antennas, install kitchen equip...

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A Kio Kit Story

Rufus Muturi | May 23rd, 2016

A Little About OMO Growing up in Kenya it was common to see in many households OMO as the first washing powder, so much so that OMO was used to mean &...

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Will The Kio Kit Replace Teachers?

Rufus Muturi | May 23rd, 2016

The Kio Kit is built specifically for regions with limited or no internet connectivity, places that are far from modern civilization, like large swath...

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Teacher Training in Gatundu

Rufus Muturi | May 23rd, 2016

On a rainy Friday last week we went to Joyland Primary School in Gatundu to carry out teacher training for the Kio Kit. We went with Jeff Crystal of V...

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Visiting our Solomon Islands Schools

Peter | May 17th, 2016

BRCK has been known for developing products for the edge of the network and very remote regions of the world. Lately our products have been pushing ev...

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Creating World Class Hardware in Kenya

Kurt Unger | May 7th, 2016

I mentioned BRCK’s “You can do hard things” slogan at the beginning of the Mt Kenya posts.  And it has come up a number of times in...

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It’s The Little Things

Rufus Muturi | May 5th, 2016

Consider the power button. We only pay attention to it when at its push our devices do not come on, or when we hear a suspicious noise after pressing....

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