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Future of Social Networking Explored in UW's Computer Science Building


February 12, 2008

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A pilot project involving dozens of volunteers at the University of Washington's computer science building explores the next step in social networking, wirelessly monitoring people and things. The project is one of the largest experiments looking at wireless identification tags in a social setting. Full Story

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