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Contents Acknowledgements Preface Chapter 1: 24/7: Anytime, Anywhere Chapter 2: A Cultural History of Cell Phones and the Internet Chapter 3: The Haves, Have-Nots, and Don't Wants Chapter 4: Time Bandits and Space Cadets: Intimacy and Illusions of Control Chapter 5: Digital Democracy: Individuals and Society in Transition Chapter 6: Social Spaces and Scary Places Chapter 7: Bites and Fragments: What Do We Own? What Do We Know? Chapter 8: Where Have All the Phone Booths Gone? Chapter 9: Living in the Global Village Endnotes
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Cellular telephones -- Social aspects.
Internet -- Social aspects.
Interpersonal communication -- Technological innovations -- Social aspects.
Social interaction -- Technological innovations.