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This guy survives in the wild with nothing but a bunch of everyday tech gadgets

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We all use tech to get through the day. Whether its replying to messages on Slack or email for work, or using map apps to get us from place to place, our gadgets are often our lifeline to the world.

But imagine having to use your gadgets to survive, literally. 

That’s exactly what adventurer Andy Quitmeyer does in his new series Hacking the Wild. In the show, Quitmeyer, whose day job is as a assistant professor at the National University of in Singapore, goes into some of the world’s most remote regions armed with nothing but pieces of everyday technology. Read more…

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