Monday, March 23, 2009

D.C. Homeless People Use Cellphones, Blogs and E-Mail to Stay on Top of Things - washingtonpost.com

Sign of the times...

To the usual trappings that help many homeless people endure life on the streets -- woolen blankets, shopping carts or cardboard box shelters -- add the humble cellphone.

Today, it's not unusual for the homeless to whip out Nokia 6085 GoPhones (with optional Bluetooth and USB connectivity), stop at a public computer to check e-mail or urge friends to read their blogs.

D.C. Homeless People Use Cellphones, Blogs and E-Mail to Stay on Top of Things - washingtonpost.com

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