from the you-might-be-in-wisconsin-during-deer-season department.
they don’t say to drink the coors for breakfast but i think it’s just taken as a given.
the myth of the disconnected life does a great job providing historical context to the “disconnectors” of today and how mobile technology can help, “develop deep and meaningful relationships to the spaces we move through and the people we connect with.” i was clumsily making the former point about historical context in a recent panel on human relations and “new media” and technology and forgot to reinforce the latter more strongly. perfect material for the follow-up panel i’ve been invited to! ( the article’s author wrote, Mobile Interface Theory: Embodied Space and Locative Media which looks like an interesting read )