Locative media and the city: from BLVD-urbanism towards MySpace urbanism

Ran across this article, and it peaked my interest. "...locative and mobile media and how they relate to urban culture and questions of identity...“MySpace urbanism” – the condition of cities saturated with media networks, where physical space is intersected with layers of personalised, spatial orientation."

Reminds me of Debord, the Situationists and their exploration of psychogeographies.

Read it all here.