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Mon, Dec. 20th, 2004, 12:50 pm
adam42: social context ubiquity

This project - which started out as a university project - is a nice example of what I would call social context ubiquity:


The question is now: Would this type of project - in that scale - work out as well (that's the way I see it: Successful) as in USA? Personally I think that people would be a bit afraid of the fact that they are being 'observed' and tracked... That's is how I see the inhabitants in Denmark would react to the idea of dogdeball.com...

Thu, Feb. 10th, 2005 09:11 pm (UTC)

"observed" only voluntarily though.