Changes in how we perceive place & time

From Adam Greenfield:

If, as so many have pointed out, the ongoing process of digital ephemeralization has taken previously place-bound functions like communication, banking and commerce, and exploded them – “smearing them across urban space,” in Bill Mitchell’s words – it’s without question also doing interesting and significant things to how we perceive the nexus of place and time.

Adam says he’s going to focus on these changes in his new book — I’m looking forward to it.

Author: Andrew Hinton

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