Ebook Available, Print Version Out of Stock

Ebook Available, Print Version Out of Stock

The print version of Mobile Interface Theory has been out of stock for several weeks (following the announcement that it won the AoIR 2012 Book Award);   however, it is currently available as an ebook in a couple of different formats. The Kindle version of the book is available on Amazon. I also just came across my book in EPUB and PDF format on ebooks.com....

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Review by Andrew Schrock in IJOC

Review by Andrew Schrock in IJOC

There’s been another review of Mobile Interface Theory in the International Journal of Communication, written by Andrew Richard Schrock. His review looks at my book in relationship to the new work by Adriana de Souza e Silva and Jordan Frith, Mobile Interfaces in Public Spaces, as well as Adriana’s edited collection with Daniel Sutko, Digital...

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Named Book of the Year from AoIR!

Named Book of the Year from AoIR!

  Mobile Interface Theory was just named the 2012 Book of the Year by the Association of Internet Researchers! This is an amazing honor and I’m truly humbled and excited by the award. The selection committee — Steve Jones, Sonia Livingstone, and Matthew Allen – had generous words for the book: The committee was particularly impressed...

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Now Available on Kindle with the (Mostly) Correct Title

Now Available on Kindle with the (Mostly) Correct Title

For a couple of months, Mobile Interface Theory has been available on the Kindle but under the wrong title. Amazon just updated the title to Mobile Interface Theory (without the subtitle). Since the subtitle is missing, the Kindle version still isn’t linked with the paper copy of the book, so I thought I’d let you all know the link in case you wanted...

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Seen in the Wild: ICA Mobile Preconference

Seen in the Wild: ICA Mobile Preconference

While at the ICA Mobile Communication Preconference (May 23-24 in Phoenix, AZ), I spotted Cláudia Silva with a copy of my book. I was glad that Mobile Interface Theory had a bit of a presence at the preconference, including being cited by Gerard Goggin in his talk, “From Place and Mobiles, to Locative Media.” It was an amazing preconference and I...

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Reviewed in Leonardo & IJOC

Reviewed in Leonardo & IJOC

The first round of book reviews has just come out! It will be my goal to publish on this blog every review of Mobile Interface Theory, including those that love it and those that trash it. The first reviews were published in Leonardo, written by Dene Grigar, Director of the Creative Media & Digital Culture Program at Washington State University, and in the...

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