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Why Doesn’t New Technology Feel Comfortable Anymore?

An ode to the senses

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What, if anything, do you remember about 1999?

Endless discussions about the Millennium bug and our computers not being able to work. Or the dot-com bubble?

When I think of 1999, I think of music.




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Erik P.M. Vermeulen

Erik P.M. Vermeulen

A Gen X-er who tries to make sense of a troubled world. Professor. Lawyer. Ultra Runner.

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