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Public Library Entices Readers With Sarcastic Social Media Spoofs

Public Library Entices Readers With Sarcastic Social Media Spoofs
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Milwaukee Public Library has launched a creative ad campaign that gives famous social media logos a twist.

Kyana Gordon
  • 17 january 2012

The Milwaukee Public Library unveiled a new ad campaign urging readers to step away from their computer screens and mobile phones. Using social media logos as inspiration, each billboard puts a clever spin on Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter. The message is loud and clear: let’s spend more time reading and less time updating our status, tweeting, and watching videos online.

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