How 'living architecture' could help the world avoid a soul-deadening digital future

My first Apple laptop felt like a piece of magic made just for me—almost a part of myself. The rounded corners, the lively shading, the delightful animations. I had been using Windows my whole life, starting on my family’s IBM 386, and I never thought using a computer could be so fun.

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