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Artist Brings "Real Life" Internet to the Elderly Residents of a Village

You want to chat about what's going on in your life? That's for the Twitter bench.

Did you catch that new viral video on the YouTube screen?

Civitacampomarano is a village of 400 people in central Italy. Most of the residents are elderly and many are out of touch with web culture and the social media utilities available in the world.

So the street artist Biancoshock created low-tech simulations of them around the village. They include a knowledgeable elderly woman who is a talking Wikipedia, a local newspaper labeled as an RSS feed, and a bulletin board called Facebook. You can see them all at Design Boom.


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