xvi, 153 pages ; 25 cm
Includes bibliographical references (p. -147) and index.
24/7: anytime, anywhere -- A cultural history of cell phones and the Internet -- The haves, have-nots, and don't wants -- Time bandits and space cadets: intimacy and illusions of control -- Digital democracy: individuals and society in transition -- Social spaces and scary places -- Bites and fragments: what do we know? what do we own? -- Where have all the phone booths gone? -- Living in the global village.
How cell phones and the Internet change the way we live, work, and play
9780275993337 (alk. paper) :
0275993337 (alk. paper)
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