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Adam Greenfield

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Adam Greenfield

Adam Greenfield made a big splash with his first book Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing and his second book The City Is Here For You To Use is soon to be released.  When he is not writing Greenfield seems to keep himself busy by running his company Urbanscale and speaking and inspiring at conferences all over the world.

Here is a recent video from Mobile Monday where he spoke about current public space objects that range from the slightly disturbing to the possibly frightening in terms of their privacy and cultural implications and how they can be indictive of what is to come.  He concludes with a call to action "Toward a fabric of freely discoverable, addressable, queryable, and scrptable urban resources" and it is a good one to catch.