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One of the open questions in information behavior research is as to how, and to what extent, the human body 'mediates' exposure to and interaction with the complex information environment that is the real world. In this paper we contribute a relevant observation made during field experiments with mobile guides. We also provide possible explanations including one that draws from biology research, in particular research on insect navigation. Understanding and ultimately supporting leisuredoi:10.1002/meet.14504301318 fatcat:2tyvpvllr5ebxjnnzubf2ckaia