Jaz Hee-jeong Choi, Ted Chiang
We met in 2012 while teaching at a summer school at KAIST in South Korea. We've met again since then, each time over delicious food, when luck brought our bodies to Seattle or Melbourne. But Jaz has met Ted's writings many times and in many different forms and languages, ranging from a film to books—print and audio—to essays. For this piece, we decided to have a short conversation, Ted enjoying tea and cake in London, and Jaz wine and tapas in Seville, Spain. Because of the finite size of clumsy human fingers, it had no more controls than its…
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