Tuesday, December 22, 2009

TREEHOUSE: A Found e-mail Romance for iPhone

Networked_Performance — TREEHOUSE: A Found e-mail Romance for iPhone
TREEHOUSE: A Found e-mail Romance designed for the iPhone in four Appisodes™:

GET THE SCOOP (NY) - New media producers First Fifteen [F15] are releasing the provocative, true e-mails of a love affair carried out 14-years ago during the advent of the Internet (to be enjoyed in the privacy of your own phone).

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Technium

Kevin Kelly on The Technium: Penny Thoughts on the Technium
I‘m interested in how people personally decide to refuse a technology. I’m interested in that process, because I think that will happen more and more as the number of technologies keep increasing. The only way we can sort our identity is by not using technology. We’re used to be that you define yourself by what you use now. You define yourself by what you don’t use. So I’m interested in that process.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Cellphone Timeline

Timeline: The Selling of the Cellphone -- and Warnings Unheeded - Interactive - NYTimes.com
Since 1984, when car phones came into fashion, they were quickly marketed to drivers as a means to mobile freedom. Studies would soon show that using a phone while driving could be a distraction for motorists. Still, the industry resisted legislative action to ban handsets in cars, as warnings about distracted driving went unheeded.

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