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Introduction Mobile phones are everywhere. There is always a mobile phone within an indi-vidual's reach, and information necessary in everyday life is now being stored inside the terminal. And the uses of mobile phones are changing the ways in which we shape and reshape our day-today activities. Currently, non-voice functions are becoming popular and(More)
This paper addresses two issues. One is how to describe embodied experience, and the other is how to encourage people to learn from someone else's descriptions of experiences. In the domain of town-walking, we have devised a methodology for doing these, in which embodied experience is described as a combination of the physical things and setting that one's(More)
Over the past few years, our learning environment is changing due to the advent of new information and communication technologies. One of the most important and interesting issues is to explore the ways in which we select and/or combine different modes of communication, such as face-to-face communication (FTF) and computer-mediated-communication (CMC).(More)
We report on the metal ion exchange between Co(2+) and CdS-based molecular clusters. These studies demonstrate that exchange into the smaller [Cd4(SPh)10](2-) clusters is facile compared to the larger [Cd10S4(SPh)16](4-) and [Cd17S4(SPh)28](2-) clusters. This trend correlates with the rate of benzenethiolate interconversion and μ-S(2-) and μ-SPh(-) content(More)
Portable digital cameras continue to enable prolific photo capturing in a variety of settings and to inspire digital photo sharing via an extensive repertoire of mechanisms and modalities, including exchange of physical prints, sharing of digital copies via email, web pages and blogs, or simply showing images on the imaging devices during face-to-face(More)
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