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Wi-Fi Monument to Appear in Udmurtia
13.05.2014 16:15
Wi-Fi Monument to Appear in Udmurtia

A monument to a person sharing WiFi for free will be set up in Izhevsk, the capital city of Udmurtia, at the end of May.

      The sculptor Sergei de Bugrua has reported about it in his blog. According to him, the two-meter monument will represent “a sort of a Superman, but mighty in the Russian way”. “It is a generalized symbol of all Russian and powerful, only in the modern world: it rescues us from bad Internet, slow rate and paid Wi-Fi”, – Sergei de Bugrua wrote in his blog. The sculptor also noted that the strongman will have a Wi-Fi sign on his chest and a smartphone silhouette will show through his hip-pocket.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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