cgraham[at]unimelb.edu.au The generation and sharing of digital content is being transformed by new advances in mobile technology. Here we wish to reflect on and review blogging and pervasive image capture and sharing practices reported on in literature to gain new insights into future research of practices around the generation and sharing of digital content in the course of everyday lived life. Specifically we wish to stretch recently adopted rapid ethnographic approaches (i.e. probes), mobile blogs (moblogs) and the notion of ‘digital document ’ to gain insights into real time capture and seamless publishing and sharing of digital content in different kinds of places (domestic, work, third-place and civic). Author Keywords Pervasive image capture and sharing, blogging, probe
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