Mobile Phones Now Social Fabric

Mobile Phones Now Social Fabric
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A report by researcher Michael Hume about our relationship with mobile phones suggests that we're moving towards a real time of dependency, where if we lose our mobile we begin...

Guy Brighton
  • 28 february 2005

A report by researcher Michael Hume about our relationship with mobile phones suggests that we’re moving towards a real time of dependency, where if we lose our mobile we begin to feel cut off from our network of friends, cut off from our contacts, and absolutely disabled.

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