van Kranenburg, Rob
January 2006
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p36
The article presents an abstract of the research paper "Sleeping Giants. The Environment As Dramatis Personae" about the awakening of environment as a personage and a very smart one at that. An argument related to the dramatic awakening was put forward in an essay doubtful of government Radio Frequency Identification-based surveillance to the effect that it would cost $1T for the government to instrument every door in every mall, bank, airport and many more. It is about one's mysterious ability to do just that, to anticipate structures that are relevant to the real world.


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