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This paper represents a new theorization of the role of location-based games (LBGs) as potentially playing specific roles in peoples’ access to the culture of cities . A LBG is a game that employs mobile technologies as tools for game play in real world environments. We argue that as a new genre in the field of mobile entertainment, research in this… (More)
For over a decade, research has been conducted into artificial intelligence systems that have the ability to automatically generate multimedia presentations. The responsibility for insuring the communicative and aesthetic effectiveness of presentations generated by these systems has been restricted to a limited set of linguistic and print-centric… (More)
This paper critically evaluates the privacy aspects of Web Browsers that implement the W3C’s Geolocation Specification. This paper concludes by making a number of recommendations that may be applicable to browser vendors and standards-setting bodies, such as the W3C.