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Notes

1. In 2005 Apple introduced their 5th generation iPod with video playback and in 2009 they launched the 3GS iPhone with a 1st generation video camera. Glen Sanford. Apple History. 1996-2012. 4 November 2012. <http://apple-history.com/iphone_3gs>. [return to essay]

2. Gerard Goggin. “On mobile photography: camera phones, moblogging, and new visual cultures,” Cell Phone Culture. (London: Routledge, 2006) 143-161.

3. Liane Cassavoy. “iPhone 3GS Video Recording: Better Than Expected.” Gigacom. 22 June 2009. 4 November 2012. <http://gigaom.com/video/iphone-3g-s
-video-recording-better-than-expected/
>.

4. Carole Rivière, “Mobile Camera Phones: A New Form of ‘Being Together’ in Daily Interpersonal Communication.” Mobile Communications. 31 (2005): 167-185.

5.

  • Fumitoshi Kato, Daisuke Okabe, Mizuko Ito, and Ryuhei Uemoto, “Uses and Possibilities of the Keitai Camera.” Personal, Portable, Pedestrian: Mobile Phones in Japanese Life. ed. Mizuko Ito, Daisuke Okabe, Misa Matsuda. (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2006) 301-310.
  • Daisuke Okabe, “Social practice of Camera Phone in Japan.” Conference paper presented at the 2004 International Mobile Communication and Social Change, Conference. 4 November 2012. www.itofisher.com/mito/archives/okabe_seoul.pdf

6. Kato, et. al 305.

7. David Kirk, Abigail Sellen, Richard Harper and Ken Wood. “Understanding Videowork.” CHI 2007 Proceedings: Capturing Life Experiences. April 28-May 3 2007. San Jose CA.

8. Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida. (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc.) 1981

9. Anne Jarrigeon. Images in Mobile Uses: A New ‘Middle-brow Art’? Images in Mobile Communication New Content, New Uses, New Perspectives. ed. Corinne Martin. Thilo von Pape. (Germany: Springer Fachedien Wiesbaden, 2012) 21-40.

10. Erika Reponen, Pertti Huuskonen, Kristijan Mihalic. “Primary and Secondary Context in Mobile Video Communication.” CHI 2006, April 22-27. Montreal.

11. Eric S. Faden. “Assimilating New Technologies Early Cinema, Sound, and Computer Imagery.” Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 5:2 (1999). 51-79.

12.

13. Max Dawson, “Little Players, Big Shows Format, Narration, and Style on Television’s Smaller Screens.” Convergence The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 13:3 (2007): 231-250, 235.

14. Dawson, 237.

15. John Ellis. “What are we expected to feel? Witness, textuality and the audiovisual.” Screen 50:1 (Spring 2009). 67-76.

16. Anne Friedberg, Window Shopping Cinema and the Postmodern. (California: University of California Press) 1993.

17. Petteri Repo, Kaarina Hyvonen, Mika Pantzar and Paivi Timonen. “Users Inventing Ways To Enjoy New Mobile Services – The Case of Watching Mobile Videos.” 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2004. 1-8. [return to text]

18. Heidi Rae Cooley. “It’s All About the Fit: The Hand, the Mobile Screenic Device and Tactile Vision.” Journal of Visual Culture. 3:2 (2004):133-155, 137.

19. Christine Rosen. “Our Cell Phones, Ourselves.” The New Atlantis. 6 (Summer 2004): 26-45. 4 November 2012. http://www.thenewatlantis.com/publications/
our-cell-phones-ourselves

20. Gerard Goggin. “The Mobile Invention of Television: Post-Broadcasting and Audiovisual Politics.” Global Mobile Media (London: Routledge, 2011) 80- 98.

21. Michelle Adolfs and Pertra Muller. “Deep-Claps Video Edition.” 10 November 2009. 4 November 2012. <http://www.deep-claps.de/content/e_edition.htm>
An extensive online search for mobile video works by women resulted in locating the work of two artists from Germany. Michelle Adolfs and Petra Muller have produced a series of web videos entitled, deep-claps, short videos that deal with emotional ambivalence in word and text combinations. However it is unclear if these works were designed specifically for mobile device playback.

22. Rina Fraticelli. Women in View on Screen. 2010-11 Film Report. October 2012. 1-5. Women in View. 2012. 17 November 2012. <http://www.womeninview.ca/>

23. Ibid.

24. Rina Fraticelli. Women in View. “Women In View On TV” 2013. 31 May 2013. 23 June 2013. http://tinyurl.com/n34ty3y

25. Judy Wajcman. “Feminist theories of technology.” Cambridge Journal of Economics. 34:1. (8 January 2009). 143-152.

26.

  • Gillian Young. “Public/Private: The Hidden Dimension of International Communications.” 33-44.
  • Barbara Crow and Kim Sawchuk. “The Spectral Politics of Mobile Communications Technologies: Gender, Infrastructure, and International Policy.” 90-105.
  • Vincent Mosco, Catherine McKercher, Andrew Stevens. “Convergences: Elements of Feminist Political Economy of Labor and Communication.” 207-223.
  • Feminist Interventions in International Communication: Minding the Gap. ed: Katharine Sarikakis and Leslie Regan Shade. (Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc., 2008).

27. Charles R. Acland, “Curtain, cart and the mobile screen.” Screen. 50:1 (Spring 2009). 148- 166

28.

29. Leslie Regan Shade. “Feminizing the Mobile: Gender Scripting of Mobiles in North America.” Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. 21:2. (June 2007). 179-189.

30. Amanda Lenhart. Pew Internet & American Life Project. “Teens & Online Video.” Pew Research Center. 3 May 2012. 24 June 2013. http://pewinternent.org/Reports/2012/
Teens-and-online-video.aspx

31. Lee Rainie. Pew Internet & American Life Project. “Photos and Videos as Social Currency Online.” Pew Research Center. 13 September 2012. 24 June 2013. <http://pewinternent.org/Reports/2012/
Online-Pictures.aspx
>

32. Clay Shirky. “Everyone is a media outlet.” Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations. (London: Penguin Books, 2008). 55-80

33. Lauren Russell. CNN. “Mobile phones give artists new tools to create.” CNN Living. 19 September 2012. 17 November 2012. <http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/19/living/iphone-art/index.html>

34. Dawson, 242.

35. According to YouTube Statistics, “100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute.” And viewership on mobile devices account for 25% of YouTube’s global watch time. Statistics YouTube. 24 June 2013. <http://www.youtube.com/yt/press/statistics.html>

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Goggin, Gerard. “The Mobile Invention of Television: Post-Broadcasting and Audiovisual Politics.” Global Mobile Media. London: Routledge, 2011. 80- 98.

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