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A study of using Bluetooth to generate pervasive content around public displays over the course of several weeks suggests that simple techniques can effectively sustain situated interaction and easily support new socialpractice forms. P ER VA SI V E computing 53doi:10.1109/mprv.2008.74 fatcat:amwkjhcbkjdqtjmj53fhbyhuki