We fantasize every day. Whether we imagine that we will win
fame and riches, that class will be cancelled, or that we will come
to know a certain someone in the library stacks, daydreams are
our most personal home movies. Such terminology, however,
betrays an inescapable technological dependency. This issue
delves into how we project and express our fantasies onto and
through man-made constructions. Pet rocks need not apply.
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