Nov 8, 2012
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For me, the iPhone had become a toxic compulsion. It had completed its invasion and occupation of my interstitial time — all those minutes riding the train, waiting in line, that used to be such fertile territory for daydreaming and storymaking.
The History of Humans is the History of Technology: The Millions Interviews Robin Sloan (via millionsmillions)

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