Ready to Cross the Border? Don’t Forget to Bring your TIT [Transborder Immigrant Tool]

Ready to cross the Rio Grande but have no idea what direction to take?

Worry no more, vatos! Ricardo Domínguez, a Mexican activist, hacker and -from this day on- this blogger’s favorite person ever, has come up with a tool to assist Mexicans migrant workers to safely cross the border into the U.S.

According to Domínguez, who actually has a legit job at the University of California in San Diego, all you need is a $30 GPS-ready Motorola phone, which you can comfortably purchase on eBay.

Now you know.

So next time you see a group of kick-ass-looking border governors trying to scare you away, just follow your TIT and -as our friend Johnny would say- Keep Walkin.’

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3 Responses to Ready to Cross the Border? Don’t Forget to Bring your TIT [Transborder Immigrant Tool]

  1. Hola,

    Thanks for the positive note among so much fear about the Transborder Immigrant Tool. If you have any more questions about this projects or the
    history of research as artivism and coyoteck gestures.

    Very best,
    Ricardo Dominguez (P.I. b.a.n.g lab CALIT2/Associate Professor, UCSD)

  2. ethnicavenue says:

    As an opponent to the American middle class and high wages, I’d like to personally thank Professor Dominguez for his contribution toward further diluting the American workforce with cheap unskilled labor and weakening the unions.

  3. unavozunida says:

    I will be picking up one of these.
    Una Voz Unida of Odessa

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