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  Topic: ubiquitous comp as subset of information processing
nkotamraju

Replies: 1
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PostForum: RT session #1 Social implications of ubiquitous computing   Posted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 3:26 pm   Subject: language vs. information processing
Arguably some of the most primal and important we do socially do not involve language (emotionally and physcially intimate things -- hugs, kisses, simple touch) Language gets in the way, or is complet ...
  Topic: I don't want to be a tab in Firefox
nkotamraju

Replies: 0
Views: 115

PostForum: RT session #1 Social implications of ubiquitous computing   Posted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 2:59 pm   Subject: I don't want to be a tab in Firefox
We don't have the data one way or the other, but I'm worried that degrades the quality of social interaction (I don't want to be something on the side; if I'm in an interaction, I expect the particpan ...
  Topic: addiction to online interaction?
nkotamraju

Replies: 2
Views: 124

PostForum: RT session #1 Social implications of ubiquitous computing   Posted: Thu Aug 10, 2006 2:55 pm   Subject: Addiction stating it too strongly?
Not thrilled at the idea of talking about "addiction," just because I don't see technology as a threat or a disease. Aren't people who devote a disproprtionate amount of time to "addict ...
 
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