A prototype digital video camera in wristwatch form was recently launched. A dream out of a James Bond movie, it could come within the reach of Joe Slightly-Above-Average's pocketbook in the foreseeable future. Technology is staggeringly smart. Technological advances are still treating us to a constant stream of new products and new possibilities. But what's the use of a wristwatch-sized video camera if your daily life doesn't happen to include things like infiltrating the secret labs of the unscrupulous Dr. No or trouncing the sadistic Goldfinger? The Maypole project, one product of which is this issue of interactions, conducted…
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