We are posting Wade Roush’s August feature on the convergence of social and wireless computing on Wade’s continuouscomputing blog before the story’s print publication–and encouraging readers to make comments, corrections, and suggestions. The best readers’ remarks may appear in the story in the form of “tags” or footnotes. Wade and I thought it might be amusing and useful to write and edit a story about a technological trend using the tools of that phenomenon. At least, we believe we can make a more interesting story this way.
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