[Air-l] histories of mobiles? (Intern)

richard-seyler.ling at telenor.com richard-seyler.ling at telenor.com
Wed Apr 20 19:42:17 PDT 2005


I have a short history of mobiles and radio based communication in my book "The mobile connection."  

Perhaps the best source is Tom Farely's "Mobile Telephone History" at: http://www.privateline.com/PCS/history.htm.  He starts with Hertz and Marconi and comes all the way to the present.  It is a great site.

Rich Ling

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Dear airlisters,

I'm writing an article on the history of mobiles in Australia, and am 
interested in what work has been done -- or is in progress -- 
elsewhere on histories of mobiles (apart from Agar's 'Constant 


Gerard Goggin

Dr Gerard Goggin
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Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies
University of Queensland, Brisbane 4072 Qld Australia
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