blogjects and pervasive internet

For some reason, this actually sounds like fun: in the “brave new world of ‘blogjects” (according to Julian Bleecker) various objects and “things” will be having an influence in our lives to the point that they will “dissimate a record of their experiences to the net”. Hmm. It would be actually interesting to read the blog of my car.. or keys. My mobile phone would perhaps have too much sensitive information — would I want to allow it to start its own blog in the future? Of course, most of these would be private or restricted access only, I suppose.

Author: frans

Professor of Information Studies and Interactive Media, esp. Digital Culture and Game Studies in the Tampere University, Finland.

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