Ben Fullerton

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whom he broadcasted—in the manner of his time—everything. He was stricken, grieving, and very alone. What's interesting is how he chose to deal with his newfound solitary state. Deprived of his friend, he began to write even more. Perhaps in an attempt to deal with his loss, he wrote about the world around him, about the human condition, in a very personal(More)
1] I use " static " here with advisement—the inference being that the user experience remains largely unchanged from one interaction to the next (I'd hope that my chair behaved the same way each time I sat in it.) When we look at design in all of its many forms, we find numerous examples of manifested, perceivable objects that demonstrate the vision of the(More)
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