Reflections and discussions on emerging, mobile network societies. Edited by Tom E. Julsrud
Towards a mobile network society
One of the most salient changes in modern societies is the rapid uptake of mobile information and communication technologies (ICT). In a broad range of areas this technology transform the way people live their lives, how they interact and the way they elaborate their social networks. As a result modern societies are increasingly clustered around interconnected, ICT supported, social networks. This blogg present result from ongoing research that explores how mobile technology is used to establish and support small-scale social networks around the world.
Thursday, May 14, 2009
ICA pre conference
Several interesting papers is available at the ICA conference Mobile 2.0 beyond voice, organized by LIRNEasia. A draft of the paper "The Personal Hand Phone: A Vehicle for Developing and Sustaining Local Business Networks?" is available from my papers ellsewhere in this blogg.