Daniel Garcia Andujar, TTTP

Technologies To The PeopleŽ is a work in progress. It's a metaphor about the use of technologies, while acting as a public provocation. I am creating a virtual company that exists only as an artistic project, though it actually operates for the rest of society. Technologies To The PeopleŽ works with the media infrastructure of corporate companies. Technologies To The PeopleŽ habitually sponsors artistic events through its representation policies. Technologies To The PeopleŽ is aimed at people in the so-called Third World, as well as the homeless, orphaned, expatriated or unemployed, fringe groups, runaways, immigrants, alcoholics, drug addicts, people suffering from mental dysfunctions and all other categories of "undesirables", all those without social ties and unable to find a safe place to live, all those who have to beg in order to survive.

Technologies To The PeopleŽ is for people denied access to the new information society and new technologies, for all those living within the confines of new and alien borders. Technologies To The PeopleŽ would like more people to be networked. Technologies To The PeopleŽ is for you. It wishes to facilitate your access to the information society.

To promote these aims, Technologies To The PeopleŽ has developed and manufactured the Street Access MachineŽ for the fringe groups previously mentioned. The machine can be used 24 hours a day with all credit cards (cybercash). With the Street Access MachineŽ, credit cards are now welcome everywhere - including the street. All you need to do is install a Street Access MachineŽ and the problems of begging will be a thing of the past. Those wishing to donate money to the needy simply present a credit card and stipulate the sum they are willing to part with. The destitute can withdraw the money from a cash dispenser using their Recovery CardŽ in conjunction with a personal password. Simple to use and interest-free. At last, a comprehensive credit card service for one and all.



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