One comment on “Dead Spaces

  1. I like to think that collectively we are at an early, inexperienced stage of development with these technologies and that we will be able to mature into a better relationship. That is my hope, anyway, but it will have to be a conscious effort. There are glimmers of sanity appearing in a sort of a backlash against this – calls for “unplugged” days, vacations from technology, simplification in various forms. I think we have to fan that ember into a flame. You are right on with the image of attention being sucked out of a face. Beautifully said.

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