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March 17, 2007


Julian Bleecker teaches at USC’s Interactive Media Division among his manifold activities in the realm of electronic media, including teaching at blogging at Techkwondoand writing manifestos about Why Things Matter. “Time, motion and touch or contact are three semantic elements that the Internets claim to diminish, but do so for our own good. For instance, for the good of allowing us to instantly communicate with friends, work colleagues or family. For the good of allowing us to work from home, or get something to someone else without having to physically move, or physically move material or ship a document. Or for the good of mitigating against the necessity of face-to-face contact. More…

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