Devoting a special issue to technology is a bit like writing about water. It’s everywhere, permeating every aspect of our existence, something we cannot imagine living without. Perhaps every generation thinks this, but our world seems to be crossing over, beyond the verge, to a point where technology is less a set of tools than a component of our very existence.
Timed to complement the Chicago Humanities Festival’s programs devoted to what they’re calling “Tech-Knowledge,” we’ve asked a wide range of writers to explore the way technology is reshaping our lives, changing our culture, transforming our art.
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