Monthly Archives: November 2007

Technology Supported Lying?

Just something that came up from looking at the results of my recent survey on privacy in location-based systems. I found that the general pattern of lying regularity in order of most regular to least regular is acquaintances, family, then friends. This result is hardly unexpected, as the questionnaire was primarily taken by university students, […]

Socialight London

I’ve mentioned Socialight a few times before. Here’s a recent article on PSFK about an interview with Simon Davis and David Belnick of Socialight UK. They discuss how they’re focusing on the UK before expanding to other European markets, and compare it with how things work in the US. Apparently, 50% of mobile handsets in […]