Interface Evaporation

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Pieces of analog technology that use to serve us in these ways have suddenly merged into one liquid device. The ability for mobile devices to contain multiple functionalities makes them more valuable.

Portable electronic dictionaries and translators are now available as software on one device instead of multiple devices. The computer liquifies culture, breathing life into encyclopedias. Technosocial devices compress the space and time needed to connect to information sources. Wireless, Internet-enabled devices allow ubiquitous connectivity to a omnipresent net of data, from which we can call up any piece of data we desire.