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This chapter analyzes how digital media have changed our perception and use of physical spaces as well as created new forms of space – virtual space. The discussion is placed in an historical context of the relationships between media and space, beginning with the telegraph, telephone, radio, phonograph recordings and television. Digital media such as mobile phones and broadband along with applications such as mobile maps, location-based services and virtual reality games have transformed our sense of space and the ways we use it. Physical spaces have not disappeared nor have social norms that influence behavior in specific spaces. However, the changes that have taken place are significant and hold implications for businesses, politics, entertainment and social life.
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