The erosion of geography and the compression and convergence of time, place and space have been emphatically reasoned and documented in the century of the digital diaspora. Humanity connects, embeds and transports across dimensionality and context. New media, most notably the Internet and mobile devices, have re-arranged our sense(s) of private and public, work and play, social and self, in profound and unexpected ways (Licoppe 2004; Ito et al. 2005; Arminen and Weilenmann 2009).
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