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Страница 61 - Smart mobs consist of people who are able to act in concert even if they don't know each other. The people who make up smart mobs cooperate in ways never before possible because they carry devices that possess both communication and computing capabilities.
Страница 68 - Weilenmann and Catrine Larsson, "Local Use and Sharing of Mobile Phones," in Wireless World: Social and Interactional Aspects of the Mobile Age, ed.
Страница 62 - Chinese people heard of the virus was through their mobile phones. On 8 February, a text-message — 'There is a fatal flu in Guangzhou' — was re-sent 40 million times, 41 million times the following day and 45 million times the day after that. As a direct result of this epidemic of texting, the media and subsequently the Chinese government were forced to admit the existence of the virus.
Страница 28 - When people use mobiles in public spaces to communicate, 'the public is put into the position of a "voyeur", involved whether it likes it or not, in the secrets of households or couples, accidentally overhearing private conversations in public places.
Страница 50 - What if smart mobs could empower entire populations to engage in peer-to-peer journalism? Imagine the impact of the Rodney King video multiplied by the people power of Napster.
Страница 63 - It starts off quite small. The first messages are then forwarded to more girls and so on. It just has a snowball effect. Informing 100 girls of his movements takes seconds. 125 Such 'swarming...
Страница 9 - For many of us, life without a mobile is scarcely imaginable. In a recent survey of British young adults, 46 per cent described the loss of their mobile as akin to bereavement.
Страница 52 - Each generation has a defining technology - the baby boomers were defined by the television ...We will have a cohort of people around the world who have mobile giving them togetherness.