Tim Coughlan, Janet van der Linden, Anne Adams
Historical artifacts, places, characters, and stories exist in all of our local communities, yet they are often ignored, or seem invisible, as we go about our daily lives. At the same time, it may seem as if our sense of local community is slipping away, and that modern technologies are partly to blame. As we grow more connected within digital communities that span the globe, it's easy to lose sight of local places and issues. Mobile technologies can distract us from the fascinating details of places we pass through, but, conversely, they can also open up enormous potential for…
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