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In Limbo

  • Lifeslice obliges - Alan points us to something I had not considered when watching In Limbo. The POV of the device. On reading his response to my initial post I was left thinking about the potential use of our devices for learning about ourselves. I often write and talk about this potential. The fact that our devices remember and […]
  • What Our Devices See - In her launch of this dialogue, Mariana started with the experience of Paul Miller in living a year without using the internet. I was haunted by that blank face of his as the busy world (is that New York City?) passed by him; he was the only one standing slow. He was in limbo. Because […]
  • Delight and discomfort in limbo - “IN LIMBO questions the future of our individual and collective memory in the Internet era, from the point of view of all the data that will survive us. Built around a story of thirty minutes uploading your personal data, IN LIMBO takes you to the heart of a sensory journey in our connected memory.” This […]

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