Billy Chasen, one of the co-founders Turntable.fm, has a unique system for keeping his startup’s office locked and secure.
Instead of keys, Chasen rigged the office’s lock to be opened by sending a text message to a special number. No keys necessary. Looks like that cool $7.5 million in funding is good for a little real-world innovation too.
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Take a look at the video to see the lock in action:
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