Rethinking Mobility

A few months ago, I contributed a short essay to a roundtable on the new video iPod, and I’m now reworking some of those ideas on “video mobility” for another writing project (one with a relatively immediate deadline). But while I was doing some last-minute reading to refresh my memory on some of the concepts I want to address, I came across Clive Thompson’s “Remote Possibilities,” an essay on cell phone use originally published in the New York Times, but now (freely) available on his blog, collision detection, which is also well worth checking out.

Also notable: via Risky Biz, Rob Pegoraro’s review of Intel’s Viiv (he was disappointed) and a New York Times article arguing that consumers are less than enthusiastic about mobile video thus far.

2 Comments »

  1. david silver Said,

    April 25, 2006 @ 11:43 pm

    provocative essay. i’d like to read the extended version.

  2. Chuck Said,

    April 26, 2006 @ 12:05 am

    Thanks, David. Hopefully you’ll be able to read the new essay soon.

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