The book investigates how digital and mobile media are changing our cities. This seems a mainly practical matter: thanks to smart phones, gps-technology, sensors and social networks we can organize our lives more conveniently. But the rise of these ‘urban media’ also presents us with an important philosophical issue: What do they mean for how the city functions as a community?
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