What we are holding in our hands is the latest technology, poised between our love for cutting-edge innovations and the anxiety for the temporal fragility of such ephemeral extraordinariness, bound to age and disappear within a few seasons. More and more multitasking handheld computers, tablets ready to transform into PCs, PCs resembling tablets, watches miniaturizing the Web, portable doctors monitoring your pulse as you run. Or items with a less developed dialogue but whose performance is still very high: home appliances of which we analyse carefully the energy performance, ready to feel inadequate if they are not high enough and that add to our climate responsibility; lamps whose quality of light we constantly analyse comparing it with the cost on the bill; heat...