"A Field Guide to Getting Lost"
Reading history and reviews
Finished on 2nd October 2006I thought that it would be neat to read this back to back with Ambient Findability, though in the end I didn't. It's an entirely different proposition, more like musing on what it means to be "lost" in all its meanings - to be lost and not know where you are geographically, lost like a lost possession, lost in spiritual or emotional terms (and how being "found" again can be a kind of transformation). It was a slow read but I found it interesting all the same. Deepest question: "How will you go about finding that thing the nature of which is totally unknown to you?"