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Finding Humanity In The Machine

Finding Humanity In The Machine

Our user experience of the Internet lacks the human element, says Jonathan Harris.

Naresh Kumar
  • 30 august 2010

Writer and artist Jonathan Harris laments about the lack of humanness on the internet, blaming online tools and social networks for offering the same kind of bland user-experiences across platforms. He also says that while communication has become shorter and faster, there will be a time when we will crave more in-depth, emotional interactions with people, but it would be difficult to move back from a digital world to the past.

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