Jan Chipchase recently posted his presentation “Future Social”, a study of how the ubiquity of mobile technology is changing our social spaces, and vice versa. Chipchase's tireless investigation into the ways people interact with technology around the world, in vastly different contexts, results in some great insight in “Future Social”. In his words:

A summary [of Future Social]? As much of the stuff that we use to do things becomes smaller and end up in more (social) contexts we will not only evolve new use-practices but it puts a greater emphasis on communicating our intended use to people in proximity.

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