Today's world is generating, storing and processing more information than ever before. We carry the computing capacities of former room-sized supercomputers in our pockets, and these mobile computers are connected to all the other pockets. Young teenagers already live in a world, where they cannot remember a time without permanent online communication and social networks, and seem to be used to presenting their private lives to a global public much more than their parents.
What are new and maybe more meaningful ways for design to integrate these possibilities into our lives? How can these growing databases be made tangible? And how might this change our existing societal paradigms?