Emil Goh: Mini Room

Fascinated with how many young Koreans construct lives online, Emil Goh started photographing users of Cyworld, a virtual community that allows users to create rooms using various skins and other icons of furniture and appliances. In Goh's work, these imagined universes are perfect counterpoints to explore the many different living situations in Korea. He describes "regular 3-4 bedroom family apartments to cupboard sized "goshiwons" for …

Foneros

The spanish company Fon, billing itself as the largest WiFi community in the world, is poised to make a dramatic entrance to New York City this month. Their "free WiFi for all who contribute" manifesto found a comrade in technologist and former candidate for NYC Public Advocate Andrew Rasiej, who ran on a free-WiFi-for-all ticket. Having lost that bid, Rasiej is now privately teaming up …

Radar

As the mobile multimedia landscape evolves due to the increasing availability of hi-speed networks, Radar, the new web-based photo-sharing service for your phone and PC, is a natural step. Much like Shozu with Flickr built in, the site also has a social networking element. Once you join the Radar community and upload pictures by sending them to an email address, you'll be able to have …