Ubiquitous computing–almost imperceptible, but everywhere around us–is rapidly becoming a reality. How will it change us? how can we shape its emergence?. Everyware. The dawning age of ubiquitous computing. Adam Greenfield. Introduction. 1. This book is an attempt to describe the form computing will take in the. Thesis 22 Everyware is relational. One of the more significant effects we should prepare for is how fiercely relational our lives will become. In a world saturated.
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Ubiquitous computing–almost imperceptible, but everywhere ubiquitoys us–is rapidly becoming a reality. How will it change us? Smart buildings, smart furniture, smart clothing Gestural interfaces like those seen in Minority Report. The RFID tags now embedded in everything from credit cards to the family pet. All of these are facets of the ubiquitous computing author Adam Greenfield calls “everyware.
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A long time ago, I found myself sitting on my bed, breathing in a cloud of card fumes, using a stiletto to pick at the corner of a London electronic travel Greenfield explains 80 theses for the future and present of everyware.
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Selected pages Page evergware. Contents What is everyware? How is everyware different from what were used to? Whats driving the emergence of everyware? What are the issues we need to be aware of?
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Who gets to determine the shape of everyware? When do we need to begin prepareing for everyware? How might we safeguard our prerogatives in an everyware world?
Other editions – View all Everyware: Popular passages Page 11 – ubiquitous computing. It is invisible, everywhere computing that does not live on a personal device of any sort, but is in the woodwork everywhere. Page 2 – Whatever improvement we hope to achieve by overlaying our lives with digital mediation, we’ll have to balance against the risk of unduly complicating that which is presently straightforward, breaking that which now works, and introducing new levels of frustration and inconvenience into all the most basic operations of our lives.
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