I’m Clarence, a 4G hotspot. At the SXSW music and technology conference this week, one marketing agency is trying something radical: giving wireless hotspot technology to the homeless, or “houseless” as Clarence prefers. These houseless individuals are paid $20 a day by the agency to roam the festival and provide wireless internet to gatherings of people. Controversial and thought-provoking, the project is highlighting the vast lifestyle difference between the poverty-stricken houseless and the newly established internet generation. The gap in access to technology is growing. If you are reading this post, then your life, not unlike mine, probably revolves around the online world. But many people are being left behind in this new technology. The Homeless Hotspots project puts the state of the union right in your face, and more specifically, your internet. Donate a few dollars to Clarence so that you can post on Facebook or check your stock portfolio. Beautifully honest in every way.