A town run by Twitter- welcome to Jun near Grenada

Jun is a village near Grenada and out of the 3000 locals, some 600 are registered via the Town Hall.Â

The Guardian reported that “Jun, he said, is the exception rather than the rule, with a very committed and technologically confident mayor who has pursued this project for 16 years. He has ensured that Twitter has replaced paperwork but not human interaction the town hall still buzzes with people and he is very visible in the town. Recently re-elected, it also doesn’t seem to have done his standing any harm in the community. Roy and his researchers have been exploring how the Jun project could be scaled up, looking at Chicago, New York, San Francisco and in Boston, where MIT is based.”

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