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  • newspaper article

“I started to distrust telephones the instant they stopped working. I can’t pinpoint when that was—the first time I ‘dropped’ a call, or someone said, ‘I’m losing you’—and I don’t know why the telephone, the analog landline telephone, was never formally mourned.”

“Funeral for a Friend,” The New York Times Magazine, October 29, 2010.
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