Nokia has constructed a giant sign post held by crane in Downtown London to promote it’s new features. You just got to maps.ovi.com/goodthings and sign in to control what the giant sign says. All it has to be is the location of a good thing. The sign will then point in the proper direction and display your good thing. Pretty sweet way to connect user generated content with real life promotion. Wonder how long it will last. My birthday party is in March.
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