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If our favorite objects could talk, what tales would they tell?
The relationship between the possessions we value and the narratives behind them is unmistakable. Current technologies of connection, and enterprises that take advantage of them, surface this idea in new ways — but they also suggest the many different kinds of stories, information and data that objects can, or will, tell us.
Read the column in the September 5, 2010, New York Times Magazine, or here.
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