“The social and political import of the Internet of Things is that things can now
participate in the conversations that were previously off-limits to Things. That’s
not as manifestly grand a statement as it may seem. It means, in simple terms, that
Things, once plugged into the Internet, will become agents that circulate food for
thought, that “speak on” matters from an altogether different point of view, that
lend a Thing-y perspective on micro and macro social, cultural, political and personal

Please continue to read the following paper from Julian Bleecker



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