The journal “La Tribune de Genève” published today an article on STAMPS and the field trial we are organising. The article spans on the theme of location based services and why is so interesting to know where we are. The journalist, Emmanuel Grandjean, reports a few quotes of mine that I made during the interview. One of the main claims I raised is that communication is more and more fluid and LBSs add a new dimension to this flexibility.
Also, that communication tend to be maximally efficient. So, knowing where our partner is located can already prevent lots of different inferences on what is possible to communicate and how with our partner being in that location, and with us being in our location.