The concept that the Internet parallels the real world and participation comes with certain ethical, moral and legal obligations isn't coming through for some of the digital generation.
The Avaak Vuezone Personal Video Network, a battery-powered video surveillance system, has some good ideas and some annoying flaws.
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Articles by Mark Gibbs