Issue 9



We change our nature as we change our technologies, and our technologies change us. This is why every story about technology is also a story about nature. In any tool, the nature of the user entangles itself with the nature she shapes, and which in turn shapes her.

This issue explores these entanglements. Some are toxic, some are enriching, most are a bit of both or somewhere in between. Inevitably, the end of the world looms large. But there are also grounds for hope. At least, Donna Haraway thinks so.

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