Cultivating Interaction Ubiquity at Work

  title={Cultivating Interaction Ubiquity at Work},
  author={Carsten S\orensen},
  journal={Inf. Soc.},
Since the invention of the electronic computer in the 1940s, technological development has resulted in dramatically increased processing power, storage capacity and communication bandwidth physically embedded in devices ranging from large mainframe computers to tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags. Toasters, blenders, elevators, cars and an increasing range of other everyday objects embed computer technology. Over 4.3 billion phone connections have placed processing power, storage… CONTINUE READING