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|Author:||jjmoney62 [ Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:33 am ]|
|Post subject:||Communications positions|
In Austin, homeless people used as wireless hotspots:
The guinea pigs get $20 a day and then beg for donations for the rest of their pay.
Mitchell Gibbs, the director of development at Front Steps, the shelter that houses the project volunteers, said he advised Mr. Radia on how best to set up the program. He said he was surprised by all the criticism of the project, which he said had inspired an “entrepreneurial spirit” among its homeless participants.
“It’s an employment opportunity, regardless of who is offering it,” Mr. Gibbs said.
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