It is impressive how easy is to connect with people through online platforms like Facebook or Twitter. Nowadays we broadcast our lives to the world through microblogging or status messages. Of course the global village presents endless beautiful consequences, but at the same time, the more interconnected we are while using these platforms, the less connected we are to the people that surrounds us in our everyday life.
Some decades ago, people lives were interrelated with their neighbors, while now our cell phones, as well as our online platforms create the paradox or being more strongly connected with more distant people. The proposed DIY project pretends to blend beautiful things from both worlds.
Tweet at your place is a DIY kit to allows us to microbolg (like we do on Twitter) in the facades of our homes.
We live in neighborhoods that are composed not only by houses, but also by people. Nevertheless our relation to them is nearly non-existent. The paradox of being easier to broadcast a status message about us to the whole world through tweeter as opposed to the difficulty of expressing our ideas to the people that literally surrounds us is at stake.