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Tad Hirsch


TxTMob lets you quickly and easily share txt messages with friends, comrades, and total strangers. The format is similar to an email b-board system. You can sign up to send and receive messages from various groups, which are organized around a range of different topics.

TxTMob was first developed by the Institute for Applied Autonomy for protestors at the Democratic National Convention in Boston and the Republican National Convention in New York. Tad Hirsch, a researcher in MIT's Computing Culture Group continues to offer TxTMob as a free service to the general public, and is currently coordinating a major software upgrade. If you wish to help with development or are interested in adapting our technology for your organization or event, please contact us at

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