Cell Phone Culture Since its invention in the second half of the nineteenth century, the telephone has become part of the everyday lives of billions of people around the world. - at least in richer countries. In the twentieth century cellular phones start to replace the fixed phones.
Cell Phone Culture Cell phones have become associated with qualities of mobility and portability and became an example ‘digital technology’ or ‘new media’
CHINDOGU THE ART OF SILLY & USELESS INVENTIONS
‘Chindogu' is the Japanese word meaning the art of useless idea. A Chindogu cannot be for real use. A Chindogu must exist. Chindogu are tools for every day life. Chindogu are not for sale. Chindogu cannot be patented.