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Volunteers Wanted

The U.S. Geological Survey would like you to host one of its earth sensors, thank you very much. Alas, you must live near a fault line. "The USGS said it wants to install 35 of the shoebox-sized devices known as NetQuakes Sensors to record strong ground motions and send the measurements to the agency over the Internet." There are some requirements, but hey, hey, hey! If you don't have WiFi they USGS will cover the check for a router! Friends with benefits. [NBC Bay Area]