If venting your frustrations over Twitter provides you with some vindication that your voice is being heard, imagine how you'd feel if one of those messages was painted on the street by the One Street Tweeter?
Created by the advocacy group One, the Zamboni-esque machine prints out mini versions of tweets directed to the organization's Twitter page. Using non-toxic, water soluble paint, the machine prints 40-character-or-less phrases that are in some way connected to earning hunger and poverty issues a more important place at the G8 Summit.
While you may have something relevant to say to the leaders of that summit, but no means to get there to voice them, the Twitter initiative allows you to put your opinions out there in a very prominent way.
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