L Train Notwork, A Pirate Wi-Fi for New York City Subway Commuters

L Train Notwork by WeMakeCoolSh.it

L Train Notwork by WeMakeCoolSh.it

The L Train Notwork is a pirate wi-fi network that is available on certain New York City Subway L Trains this week, thanks to creative agency WeMakeCoolSh.it (here’s a behind-the-scenes video). The service is provided by person-portable battery-powered web servers. Rather than connect commuters to the internet, the L Train Notwork serves content provided by local artists and hosts a web 1.0-inspired chat room.

The L Train Notwork is available 8am to 10am on the L Train between the Morgan Ave. and 8th Ave. stops, until Friday, November 18. New York City-based WeMakeCoolSh.it was founded by Mark Krawczuk and Matt McGregor-Mento.

via Fast Company

image 1 by David Dax, image 2 by Yoshi Sodeoka

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