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Nokia's Eco Sensing Cell Phone Brings New Meaning to Connectivity

by: Idris Mootee

Social networks are finally converging with mobile connectivity and eco-friendly concepts. Nokia is at the cutting edge of innovation again (Motorola, what are you guys doing?) with this visionary concept of Eco Sensor Phone System. This new design concept consists of a cell phone and compatible sensing device that allows you to stay connected to your friends as well as to your health and local environment.

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mobile phone credits as currency in Kenya

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Phone quest, or Please be less creative

By: Marina Natanova

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Technology and the World of Consumption

by: danah boyd

I
had just finished giving a talk about youth culture to a room full of
professionals who worked in the retail industry when a woman raised her
hand to tell me a story. It was homecoming season and her daughter Mary
was going to go to homecoming for the first time. What fascinated this

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valuing inefficiencies and unreliability

by: danah boyd

Two deeply embedded values in the world of technology development are
efficiency and reliability. Companies pride themselves in maximizing
efficiency and reliability and, for the most part, consumers agree. We
like when our search engines produce results quickly and reliably. Yet,
when it comes to social technologies, I suspect that efficiency and
reliability are not the ideal metrics.

Let's start with reliability. In some senses, we want our social

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Digital Marketing's Dirty Little Secret

by: Scott Goodson

Rohit Bhargava the marketing blogger, introduces us to Firebrand - Where the best ads in the world will be featured. He has done an amazing job of reviewing Firebrand, that it behooves me to simply let you read his words.

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Gluttonous Texting

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Beyond Viral: 3 ideas for Co-Creative Marketing

by: Karl Long

So this is some early experimental thinking here so feel free to poke holes, call bullshit, or add your own take in the comments.

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“Fast Forward: Designing for Constant Change” Study

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Future: Pay-Per-Visit Advertising

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