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Flash Mobs and Zombie Shuffles: Play in the Augmented City

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Abstract

On Facebook I received an invitation from a young guy I’d met at a party.

Keywords

Young People Global Position System Mobile Phone Public Space Mobile Technology 
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© Susan Bird 2014

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Victoria UniversityAustralia

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