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A review of Ubiquitous Photography

Ubiquitous Photography by Martin Hand, which is part of Polity’s digital media and society series, has been reviewed by Karen Cross for Information, Communication & Society. I’ve previously posted a link to some reflections in the same book from Gillian … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous Photography

Gillian Rose offers some thoughts on Martin Hand’s recently published book Ubiquitous Photography. The interrelation between social media and the embedding of cameras in everyday devices is a bit of a neglected issue.There is a review of this book immanent … Continue reading

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