Time is not equal to the world, but exceeds it by far. A vast quantity of time covers the experience of the world in the case of global data traffic in an intertwined bunch cables running under the sea. Time explodes inside a material territory, which is increasingly fragmented and also gets entangled with it: in one instance, the case of Y2K threatening to bring down the global systems. While the threat of digital amends to leap time might wither away, could time also be accelerating? Time can proliferate, escalate, and confuse: on handheld devices, at border-points, and in between edits. As Steyerl points out in her essay, A Sea of Data: Apophenia and Pattern (Mis-)Recognition: This extensive and exhausting mess needs to be edited
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