The Public Twitter Booth

Via Trendhunter, a “social media kiosk” in Skolkova, Russia allows citizens to send crucial tweets when they’re away from the computer (and lack a smartphone). I can’t really visualize what a Twitter emergency might be, but I hope these will catch on as a solution to preventing them.

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  • Virgendelasvacas

    I personally think this is a really good idea. All sorts of other countries have publicly available technology like this, why not the US? In Finland they have pay-texting stations. All we have here are payphones that are like 30 years old and don’t work properly half the time anyway.

  • Virgendelasvacas

    I personally think this is a really good idea. All sorts of other countries have publicly available technology like this, why not the US? In Finland they have pay-texting stations. All we have here are payphones that are like 30 years old and don’t work properly half the time anyway.

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