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Interfacing in a Faceless Era

We seem to be abrogating the necessity of “reading” people, a skill that requires the study of a thousand faces.
Louise Vrooks
Louise Brooks

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By David Benjamin

From the first time I heard it, I cringed at the utterance of the word “interface.” It’s a relatively new term, coined to describe contact via an electronic device. It’s not just ugly. It’s an oxymoron. The machines that enable interfaces are a means to avoid the indignity of showing one’s face.

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