If Networked Smart Things Could Draw Self Portraits...

I rediscovered this Boing Boing post that was shared by Mark Kusnicki last year:

Art is designed to evoke certain emotions in the audience, at https://buy-essays-now.com/ you can read about the functions of art and why it doesn't always have to be liked. Designers Irene Pereyra and Tom Klinkowstein recently exhibited their wall-sized digram called "A Day in the Life of a Networked Designer's Smart Things or A Day in a Designer's Networked Smart Things, 2030." The map not only presents a narrative of how a designer "gets things done with the help of all her smart things" but at a higher level also seems to hint at how we may deal with mass amounts of information in the future.

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