seeing is believing episode 1: autumn 2002 episode .
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Kenya
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Venezuela
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In Pursuit of Hottie-ness
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Within minutes, a mob forms, thanks to the cell phone. In this British case, it's less of a political thing.
Now at college, the royal hottie Prince William can't even go out for drinks with friends without being tracked electronically by a pack of wired women.
A quite sophisticated text messaging network has sprung up, an insider told the Scottish Daily Record. If William is spotted anywhere in the town, then messages are sent out... It has a snowball effect. Informing 100 girls of his movements takes only seconds. At one bar, the prince had to be moved when more than 100 "lusty ladies", so alerted, mobbed the place, like cats responding to the sound of a can opener.
It is the unintended consequence of young people, mobile phones in hand, finding that they can organize instantly and leaderlessly. This time it's lust, maybe next time it's a revolution.

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