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    futureofthebook.org Locative | if:book

    Menu Found this on textually.org . The City Chromosomes project is a sort of scrapbook of the city of Antwerp made entirely from text messages beamed in from mobile phones. Further evidence of the new genres emerging from this technology. An english version has just been published under a Creativ... Read article

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    mobilitybeat.com Textually.org Headlines - MobilityBeat

    The Latest news headlines from textually.org in an easy to follow format. The mobile technology news aggregator. Delivering the latest mobile tech headlines from the web's best sources. Follow all the days smartphone, tablet and mobile computing news in one place. textually.org Headline News Read... Read article

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    m-trends.org Women in Mobile 06 – Emily Turrettini | mTrends - mobile media lifestyle trends - m-trends.org

    Emily Turrettini is the sympathetic woman behind textually.org. Her blog about text messaging and how cell phones are being used around the world is one of Read article

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    comminit.com Emily Turrettini - Textually.org | The Communication Initiative Network

    Emily Turrettini - Textually.org Is the "Why Poverty?" documentary films initiative an effective approach for significantly reducing poverty? Read article

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    iplot.typepad.com IPlot: The Obama SMS: (Un-)Gratifying Instantification

    So the SMS went out to hundreds of thousands of Obama supporters. Not everyone got it at the same time (according to Textually.org, it took about 15 minutes for the bulk of the messages to get through the carriers' systems)... Read article

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    blog.eronj.com Cloudy Thinking » Blog Archive » textually.org: In your face, real life Facebook spoof

    Textually.org: In your face, real life Facebook spoof This entry was posted on Saturday, May 3rd, 2008 at 10:40 am and is filed under General . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. Read article

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    unmediated.org Unmediated: Sub-$20 cell phone for emerging markets

    According to Mobilemag , TPCom Limited, a subsidiary of TTP Communications , has completed a reference design that can create a fully functional cell phone for less than $20 targeted to emerging markets. Originally posted by emily from textually.org , remediated by yatta on Feb 10, 2006 at 05:05 ... Read article

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    dailyack.com The Daily ACK: February 2005

    Update: A successful touch down at Salina for Steve Fossett and the Global Flyer at 13:50 local time (19:50UTC) on Thursday the 3rd of March, some 67 hours after they took from there on the round the world trip. textually.org is reporting that from last Thursday it was possible to send as well as... Read article

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    smartpastor.com Do you text? | Smart Pastor

    Texting is in and I think, in some variety, is here to stay. From Textually.org… Nationally, more than 75 billion text messages are sent a month, and the most avid texters are 13 to 17, say researchers. Texting is in and I think, in some variety, is here to stay. From Textually.org...Nationally... Read article

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    larryborsato.com Coffee costs businesses $2.25 billion annually.

    I’m willing to be that more people on average drink coffee during work hours, often several times per day, than use Twitter. Forget about social networking. Let’s kill the coffee drinking productivity killer. Tip of the had to textually.org . 0 responses so far ↓ There are no comments yet...Kick ... Read article

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    popularregistrycleaners.com Textually.org: Where mobiles and computers go to die. The … | Computers & Such

    Textually.org: Where mobiles and computers go to die. The …. One Response to textually.org: Where mobiles and computers go to die. The …. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Recent Posts. Recent Comments. accra – Google News. Thank you ever so for you blog post.Really thank you! Want more.. Your email ad... Read article

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    otal.umd.edu Matthew G. Kirschenbaum: Institute for the Future of the Book and Textually.org

    March 10, 2005. Institute for the Future of the Book and Textually.org. Via GTA : The Institute for the Future of the Book , the new sandbox for Voyager founder Bob Stein.. Via Jill : Textually.org , “all about texting, SMS, and MMS ”. Read article

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    itproportal.com A mobile phone exchange in a suitcase | ITProPortal.com

    Fascinating to read over on the Textually Web portal about a emergency rescue initiative project that has produced a... Read article

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    latest-mobile.com New step in mobile phone banking | Latest-Mobile

    September 26th, 2008 · Source [Textually] · 1 Comment New technology allowing customers of UK banks to manage their accounts through their mobile phone is being introduced, reports the BBC.Lloyds TSB will next Read article

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    rachelpasqua.com Inspirational Archives : Rachel Pasqua

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