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==Cel.ly==
 
==Cel.ly==

Latest revision as of 02:25, 15 October 2011

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Cel.ly

Moving this to section to Occupy Portland - Group Text Messaging and keeping it here, because of an email sent out

This is set to open and public but Cle.ly has closed features In good conditions:

  • Text @OPcomm to 23599

If cloudy:

  • I had Content Block on my family plan, so I had to get my carrier to turn that off before I could text to 5 digit numbers.

TXTmob

During the J20 counter-inaugural protests in 2004 in DC, I saw alot of people coordinating actions through a program called TXTmob. It was explicitly developed to coordinate actions and to evade police detection and might be something to look into.

Wikipedia:TXTMob
http://www.appliedautonomy.com/txtmob.html
http://sourceforge.net/projects/txtmob/


LinkLanguage for this page --> http://bit.ly/OccupyPortlandAnonymousCommunication