7-26-10: Augmented Reality Check
July 25, 2010 at 12:16 pm
Back in May, we checked in with University of Maryland sociology Ph.D. candidate Nathan Jurgenson about how to navigate–and subvert–Facebook’s “privacy maze.”
We’ve invited Nathan back, and this time he’s brought along his friend P.J. Rey, who is in the same program and blogs with Nathan at Sociology Lens.
They tell Sheilah about the implications of social networking’s migration from stationary computers to mobile phones, and about the privacy implications of augmented reality.
Entry filed under: On Air, Policy, Technology. Tags: augmented reality, facebook, gizmos, luddites, Nathan Jurgenson, P.J. Rey, Sheilah Kast.