Raspberry Pi hack tweets every time broadband level drops

Raspberry Pi hack tweets every time broadband level drops

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Twitter is natural fit as a customer service tool. If used effectively, the public nature of the platform can help promote a positive image of the company as responsive and helpful. But it can just as easily go the other way, as currently being demonstrated by one Reddit user called AlekseyP. Unimpressed by erratic internet speeds from his service provider Comcast, AlekseyP has programmed his Raspberry Pi to automatically send a tweet, every time his connection drops below 50 mbps.

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