Ad agency behind SXSW homeless wifi gimp stunt

Earlier today, shortformblog defended its moral compass in describing the enlistment of homeless people to follow visitors to SXSW around as human 4G hotspots - for $2 - as cool, innovative and well-intentioned. Turns out that the people behind the initiative aren’t some charity, but the New York branch of the global advertising agency, BBH.

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    i don’t see what’s “cool, innovative, or well intentioned about this.” wifi signals actually travel quite far through...
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    I’d be an idiot not to reblog this. I share the same viewpoint (especially about having the heart) but I feel like my...
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    hate SXSW has become soo fucking popular…
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    Only two bucks? At least give them ten so they can buy some crack after demeaning them like this…
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