When Richard and I took over editing interactions magazine, we proposed a vision statement that would drive our work. I repeat it here: We see a world rich with culture, emotion, and human connections. The human-built world can afford a sense of beauty, sublimity, and resonance, and through our advancements in technology can come advances in society. At the center of these advances are interactionsconversations, connections, collaborations, and relationshipswithin and across multiple disciplines, with and without technology. A key element of our vision has been a recommitment to the original vision of interactions as described by John Rheinfrank, Bill…
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