Mobile Geospatial Search and the Limits of Knowledge: Linking Application Design and Use in Time and Space
Communication and Control: Tools, Systems, and New Dimensions advocates a systems view of human communication in a time of intelligent, learning machines. This edited collection sheds new light on things as mundane yet still profoundly consequential (and seemingly 'low-tech') as push buttons, pagers, and telemarketing systems. Contributors also investigate aspects of 'remote control' related to education, organizational design, artificial intelligence, cyberwarfare, drones, and even binge-watching on Netflix. In line with a systems view, the collection takes up a media ecological view. This work will be of interest to students, scholars, and researchers in communication, new media, and technology.
Communication and Control: Tools, Systems, and New Dimensions
Thatcher, J. (2015). Mobile geospatial search and the limits of knowledge: linking application design and use in time and space. In R. MacDougall (Ed.), Communication and Control: Tools, Systems, and New Dimensions. Lexington Books.
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