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She heard it, anyway, thanks to the pervasive media coverage.
com/prnh/20090715/LA46363LOGO) The first SmartGraphic identifies nine surprising examples of how mobile has become the most personal and pervasive media in history.
Last year, it gained a prestigious Theatre Sandbox commission to develop an interactive performance using pervasive media.
Intuitively we have known all along that custom publications are a pervasive media form.
One reason cheating is hard to gauge is that, as Glen Whitman's experience at CSU shows, technology and pervasive media make it easier to catch cheaters than ever before, even as the stories of those who are caught get ever wider exposure.
Ads that saturate pervasive media keep claiming to offer perfectly marvelous products; they're functional as surrogates and substitutes for the wondrous complexities of nature.
Xunhua News Agency For the post-apartheid generation, which is exposed to the global economy and a pervasive media, LoveLife has become a national movement calling South African youth to both community and personal action.
Mobliss has the ability to distribute interactive content to more than 150 million registered wireless subscribers using its proprietary Pervasive Media Platform (PMP).