Dated: August 13 2018

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The City of Sarasota recently installed a digital kiosk in downtown Sarasota that allows users to browse local amenities and helps them find their way around. The two-sided display is located at the northwest corner of N. Lemon Avenue and Main Street, Sarasota. It lets users watch videos, pull up interactive maps of restaurants and businesses, take a selfie, access the City’s website and more. It’s very much a demo — the only tabs that feature Sarasota content as of now are the Google map and the events page, which is synced up with the city website — but that will change if the city decides to permanently sign on. The City is currently testing the usefulness of the kiosk and is collecting feedback from the public through Wednesday, Aug. 15. Continue reading here.

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