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From Laughing Squid:

The project, which was created for Delta Air Lines at TED2014, used an algorithm to determine a "Soul Mate" for each user after their Twitter stream, and then displayed that social stream as well. After leaving, each half of the "Soul Mate" received a tweet connecting them.
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Answer: yes! Artist Rachel Knoll cataloged tweets containing the hashtag #nobodylistens and used a text-to-speech program to broadcast the tweets throughout an empty forest via a megaphone. Now, somebody really does listen (depending on your definition of "somebody").

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[Artist] Jay Shells is back at it with a new etiquette-themed project aiming to improve the lives of all New Yorkers. From what we hear, this is one of four signs he produced tackling some of the social misdeeds people perpetrate in the city and will begin installing then around town shortly.

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Until they create a social network that excludes the philistines, it's best to keep your High Art to yourself.

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Artist Leaves $15K Worth of Coins Along Canal and Live-Tweets What Happens

The guy had to have known how this little social experiment would turn out. At least he used pennies. 

Artist leaves 15,000 pennies along canal and proceeds to live-tweet what happens.
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