We had a great conference in Puerto Rico in 2015 and are headed to Fukuoka, Japan in 2016:
I’m helping to organize the following conference workshop; if you are a mobile researcher, you should be there. …
Local culture and heritage
Learning and education
Activism and social movements
Submissions are welcomed from scholars at all stages of their careers, and across multiple disciplines engaged in research on mobile communication. Submissions should be extended abstracts of no more than 750 words and be in Word doc/docx or PDF format. Submissions will be accepted through email to email@example.com. The deadline for submissions is 11:59 PM EST on November 18, 2013. Papers will be judged by peer review on criteria of relevance and originality of topic, adequacy of literature review and methodology, legitimacy of conclusions, clarity of presentation, as well as fit with — and contribution to — the conference theme. Notifications on acceptance will be emailed in early January.
An award for the best paper will be given at this event. Only full papers submitted by the spring deadline for full paper submission (March 31st, 2014) will be considered for this award.
The mobile pre-conference will be held at the University of Washington. Transportation to the venue from the conference hotel will be provided at the beginning and end of each day’s events. Additionally, the venue is accessible by public transportation.
A look at smartphone users
Courtesy of Joe Heller
In case you were trying to write a poem, or something like that, not many choices (from http://rhymezone.com/):
coble, doble, fobel, global, gobel, goble, goebel, knobel, knoble,knoebel, kobel, koble, koebel, lobel, mobil, noble, robel, roble,schauble, schobel, sobel, sobil, soble, sobol, strobel, stroble, stroebel,wrobel, zobel
This site is a resource designed primarily for scholars interested in studying storytelling through the medium of mobile devices, including phones, tablets, AR glasses, etc. … I am going to try to keep this clean and clear, with direct access to categories such as conferences, statistics, and scholars of note. If you think I’m missing something or someone important, please let me know.