iPad used as protest sign in Lithuania, geeky!
An Apple iPad was spotted in Lithuania. But the owner was not using it to browse the web or to play a game.
Interesting, a man from Lithuania has used his iPad gadget as a placard in a Lithuanian protest. The anonymous protestor attached his iPad to a wood to give his shout out “more exposure.”
I think the protester used Apple’s iWork “Keynote” to flash his message because of the sign was changing.
The video was uploaded in YouTube three days ago, and has recorded a total of 93,000 plus views. See it below: