Ubiquity seeks to explore the new world of computing + communications infrastructure that makes it possible to have access to information whenever and wherever we need it. For the academic community, this means we can capture data, interact with data, seek information, and communicate with collaborators whether we are in the classroom, in the field, at home, or on the road.
We created this blog to share in our common discovery of how mobile computing can affect the ways in which the academy conducts its business, from the ways one might connect and sync calendars to methods for collaborative discovery in a remote field setting.
You are requested to share your thoughts, comments, and experiences. This blog is open to posts by anyone from the Stanford community using your SUNet credentials to log in. If you don’t have one but would like to contribute, you can write to Vijoy to get a local account.