Wall St cheat street Twitter

28/07/2014 by Nick Johnson

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Wall St offices are packed with employees who are active Twitter followers, meaning a social wall in that environment could encourage interaction amongst colleagues whilst working.

As well as in the offices, there are great examples of social content creeping into everyday life, such as on lunch breaks around massive cities across the globe.

New York, Tokyo and London, to name but a few, all have large screens that allow passers by to gain recognition by publishing images and comments onto them.