March 04, 2005

cameraphones as personal storytelling media

In his latest post for The Future, the painted shoes guy writes, "It looks like this newly ubiquitous device could be more about flows of moments than stocks of images, more about sharing presence than transporting messages, and ultimately, more about personal narrative than factual communication."

Hey, I resemble that remark.

Howard also points to a new user studies paper by Daisuke Okabe (seen here with Mimi Ito in 2003) which has amusing anecdotes, useful insights, and is well worth a read.

Posted by Gene at March 4, 2005 10:57 AM | TrackBack

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