A tech startup called City Sourced provides a free application for iPhone’s that lets people in hundreds of U.S. cities use their Apple smart phone to snap pictures of neighborhood blight and then fire off messages to officials responsible for the fixes.

“We are all busy and there are a lot of problems we notice as we go through our days,” Kurt Daradics of City Sourced told AFP at the South By South West Interactive gathering here.

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