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An interview with Troy Conrad Therrien came out today in issue 2 of the ARPA Journal, a lively public forum for debate based at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. The issue in question is largely framed around the question of search engines, past, present, and future; but broader questions of archiving and knowledge design arise in the course of the conversation, which dialogues indirectly with the lead piece in the issue:
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- November 19, 2014

We live in the age of data personhood. Whether we are individual or corporate subjects, our identities long ago ceased being tightly coupled to our bodies or our   emitting vast streams of like the train of a vast gauzy gown   was not a feature of premodern societies

- April 3, 2014
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