I'm constantly saving or bookmarking things to read, on my phone, my laptop, Internet browsers, and social media accounts. Saving in the context of HCI is all about preservation for future use. The social affordances of my sociotechnical environment have successfully inaugurated me into a demigod-like subjectivity, where after eight-plus years of deep tactile interaction with intelligent machines, primarily in North America, my phalanges and eyeballs now naturally locate and file away "information items" they want to revisit later. These visceral sensorial encounters with smart technologies have elevated my status from mere mortal to that of demigod, or more…
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