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    This line of thinking comes from Weiwei Hsu’s The “Space” of Computing. She proposes that our history of computing is not a linear progression, but a space of possible computing futures. And by shifting our focus from gadgets to spaces full of possibilities, we could have a different set of conversations around the future we would like to forge.

    I very much agree with this sentiment, I’m so sick of black mirror-type narratives.