As We Become Cameras
Matt Hackett

The really interesting change will come when two-way interactions with others become as ubiquitous as capturing images are today. Right now, our existence is vaguely supplemented by acquiring new information- the reflexive Wikipedia-check or quick browse through Yelp to see what people think of the neighborhood. Eventually, connecting with others will be so ingrained to our lives that knowing what other people think will be as natural as knowing what time it is. We aren’t becoming cameras; we’re all slowly becoming everyone else.

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