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Hiding in Plain Sight: An Interview with Adam Greenfield (26 Feb 2006)
Everyware will lever itself into our lives on the twin fulcrums of “convenience” and “security.” Once we’ve welcomed it in, we will have a hard time returning to an unmediated existence. I don’t want to say that everyware is necessarily the “death of agency,” but in its fullest development, it represents what it means to experience the world and make choices about what is experienced.
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