“Smartphone Users Are Redefining Privacy in Public Spaces“ Private v. public, virtual v. real have converged in a world saturated by information technology. It seems impossible to divide the public from the personal. But when and where do we choose to share information about ourselves? How do we perceive public space and virtual space? And how do these perceptions influence our practices of seeing and being seen? For further reading, click here.
April 19 2016