Perhaps we need poo-funded Wi-Fi systems like the good people of Mexico City have, thanks to a pilot program/publicity stunt by web portal Terra. Found in 10 parks around the city, Terra has set up things that look like garbage cans connected to digitally metered scales.
When people throw away their bags of poop in a special box in the park, it calculates the weight and Terra gives everyone free minutes of Wi-Fi in the park. The greater the weight, the more minutes are added — and everyone can enjoy a poo-free park.
Creativity-Online.com asks the same thing that’s on everyone’s mind: What happens if other stuff gets thrown in the poo collector? “Nothing, says the agency, but we figure that would just help keep the streets even cleaner anyway.” I’m guessing this isn’t really about gaming the system; it’s more about people chuckling at Terra’s poo-funded Wi-Fi system and remembering the name Terra as the company that put the poo-funded Wi-Fi systems all over Mexico City. Time
Would this work here? Perhaps at Memorial Park?
Should it be incorporated into our local Elk Rapids Broadband Area Mazimization (ER-BAM) initiative?
Possibly would go statewide as part of the Poo Michigan campaign. 8~)