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My presentation at dConstruct 2005 in Brighton. Not exactly a masterpiece of Keynote - this was pre-Rieger - but it was fun to berate a room full of savvy web-heads for missing mobile...

My presentation at dConstruct 2005 in Brighton. Not exactly a masterpiece of Keynote - this was pre-Rieger - but it was fun to berate a room full of savvy web-heads for missing mobile...

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    D.Construct 2005 D.Construct 2005 Presentation Transcript

    • Web everywhere? Tom Hume d.Construct 2005
    • “There are twice as many mobile phones, than there are internet users of any kind. There are three times as many mobile phones than there are personal computers. There are more mobile phones than credit cards, more mobile phones than automobiles, more mobile phones than TV sets, and more mobile phones than fixed/wireline phones... 30% of the global population carries a mobile phone... Over 30 countries have achieved over 100% cellphone penetration rates... In markets such as Finland, Italy and Hong Kong the typical first-time cellphone customer is under the age of 10. It is the only digital gadget carried by every economically viable person on the planet. Younger people have stopped using wristwatches and rely only upon the mobile phone for time. It is the only universal device, and the device of the Century...” Web everywhere? d.Construct 2005