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Smart Mobs

Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution
Softcover edition
Author Howard Rheingold
Country United States
Language English
Subject Sociology, technology
Genre Non-fiction
Publisher Basic Books
15 October 2002
Media type Print, e-book
Pages 288 pp.
ISBN
OCLC 50819606
LC Class HM846 .R54 2002

Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution is a book by Howard Rheingold dealing with the social, economic and political changes implicated by developing technology. The book covers subjects from text-messaging culture to wireless Internet developments to the impact of the web on the marketplace. The author highlights the many ways in which technology alters and impacts the way in which people live and think.

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  • SmartMobs.com is Rheingold's home page.


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