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no paper?

From the main stage of Transmediale, Berlin’s annual international festival for art and digital culture, one of the keynote speakers, information technology businessman Conrad Wolfram, tells an anecdote: My four-year old daughter enjoys making paper laptops by folding a sheet, drawing a screen on the top and a keyboard on the bottom. I asked her,” he continues, When I was your age I didn’t make paper laptops. Why do you think that was?” After one or two minutes of reflection she said No paper?”

From The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be” — metamute.org/en/content/the_future_isn_t_what_it_used_to_be

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