The Interface and Me
Are interfaces good? Or are they a distraction — for us the makers, and for the users we believe we are helping? How can we think better about both how we interface with digital experiences, personally, and how others do it? Today, we'll think deeply about the nature of the interface — what it is, and what it says about us, the people who made it — and explore the need for new rules for better interface-making...
- It's a Mistake to Mistake Content for Content, by Kenneth Goldsmith
- In the Kingdom of the Bored, the One-Armed Bandit is King, by Nicholas Carr
- Amish Hackers, by Kevin Kelly
- Kevin Kelly speaking at Google
- What Technology Wants, by Kevin Kelly
All music used in this episode is independently produced and licensed by Design Tomorrow for non-commercial use.
- Bloom, by r beny
- Cyclotrak, by Blue Dot Sessions
- Svela Tal, by Blue Dot Sessions
- Tralaga, by Blue Dot Sessions
- Exceter Lask, by Blue Dot Sessions
Design Tomorrow is produced by Chris Butler at the Tomorrow office in Durham, NC.
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Thanks for listening, and remember, what we do and think today can create a better tomorrow.