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Grandma Twitters Using Pen, Paper, & Fax Machine

Grandma Twitters Using Pen, Paper, & Fax Machine
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Celery is a new service that lets people without computers -- grandparents for example -- hand write and fax messages that are then automatically sent to web services such as eMail, Facebook and Twitter.

Jon Lombardo
  • 17 december 2009

Celery is a new service that lets people without computers — grandparents for example — hand write and fax messages that are then automatically sent to web services such as  eMail, Facebook and Twitter.

For a look at the service and how it works — watch the video of 80 year-old Dorothy Miller below and be sure to follow her @dorothy_celery.



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[via Neatorama]

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