Ping Clothing Updates Your Social Network For You

Posted: Apr 19 2010, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:38pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
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You don’t have to watch TV or read news online for long to realize that there are a number of people who are obsessed with themselves. These are typically the celebrities and want to be celebs that have to have cameras snapping their pic at every turn.

I guess it can get tedious having to call those cameras each time you want to go somewhere for these folks and designed Jennifer Darmour has devised a new concept line of clothing called Ping that would automatically update your social network with your location.

The clothing is designed to update your social network with where you are by putting the hood on or taking the hood off. The clothing would work with an app that updates certain groups on your Facebook page depending on the action you perform with the garment.

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