Tag Archives: WearComp

Abstract of a Non-Existent Paper

A brief paper on the long history of mobile ICTs Especially over the last decade, the rapid diffusion of mobile telephones and related worn technologies left many struggling to understand how they might relate to social change. Although there can be little argument that we have seen rapid development in the technology of mobile communication […]
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iPod Touched Education

See lkl for more information.
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The 1-1-1 map

I live in a part of New York that is sometimes called Manhattan Valley. You wouldn’t know why until seeing this snapshot from Google Earth. Though almost all of lower Manhattan now has skinned buildings, my area does not. It’s ironic, since the building across the street (at 100th and Broadway), which shows as a […]
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Survey time

If you have a moment, go and fill out Richard Smith’s short (5 questions) survey about mobile phones and social networks.
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