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Goodbye digital life, I’m going analogue

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Quoted in the article:

Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves, senior lecturer in design interactions at Lancaster University, agrees: "As humans we're drawn to objects we can physically touch, feel and smell. This is linked to the way our brain is wired." He highlights too that physical items help us define ourselves to others.

"We have a desire to own objects (books, vinyl records, etc) as
opposed to a licence (Kindle, iTunes) and thus be able to collect, share and exhibit these."

Period24/11/2018

Quoted in the article:

Dr Emmanuel Tsekleves, senior lecturer in design interactions at Lancaster University, agrees: "As humans we're drawn to objects we can physically touch, feel and smell. This is linked to the way our brain is wired." He highlights too that physical items help us define ourselves to others.

"We have a desire to own objects (books, vinyl records, etc) as
opposed to a licence (Kindle, iTunes) and thus be able to collect, share and exhibit these."

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Title Goodbye digital life, I’m going analogue
Media name/outletThe Daily Telegraph
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date24/11/18
DescriptionArticle feature quotes both in the print and online version of the Newspaper
Producer/AuthorLiat Joshi
PersonsEmmanuel Tsekleves