Textually lists out some examples:
– Women have been taking shots of clothing items in stores, then e-mailing them to friends for instant advice on whether they should buy.
– At concerts, instead of using lighters, fans raise their cell phones, and snap away – despite the standard ban on cameras – and hold them up so their buddy at home can hear, something referred to as a “cellcert”.
– People have been taking pictures of washing machines or plumbing fixtures that need repairing, then sending them off to the repairman so he’ll bring the right parts.
– Camera phones have been used by real estate agents enabling them to forward pictures to prospective buyers, giving a speedy edge in a competite market.
One can see a new culture emerging…