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discussion #5

-What is Krukowski’s main point about how we experience time in the “real” world versus are experiences with “digital” time? Why are these differences significant?      Krukowski’s describe the real world as a live time and digital time as a machine time. The real world people could listen at time and digital time people can change the way how they want to hear it for instance making it slow motion or fast forward.

-What does Krukowski mean when he says that listening has a lot to do with how we navigate space       

Listening the sounds of your surrounding can gives understanding what’s happening around you and it could help lead the way.

Episode 2

– In the interview at the beginning of the episode, Jeremiah Moss argues that developers in Astor Place are “privatizing public space in a very stealth way.” What does he mean by this? What does Moss say about the distinction between public and private space, and why is it important?

He mention that people in Tokyo pretend they are sleeping to avoid eye contact and privatizing themselves and people in New York wear head phones to avoid the surrounding noise where speaker says avoiding ear contact. Moss mention that people who are on their phone and walking by the street are they really thier and he also goes saying that those people create the private bubble.

-What is the significance of Emily Thompson’s idea that the development of concert halls arose from desires to “control interior spaces”? How is this desire, according to Krukowski, related to earbuds and headphones? 

The concert hall is build to  avoid unwanted noise and provide people what they wanted to hear. Same as an earbuds and headphones the sound it within the inside ear and people can avoid the surrounding sounds.

-In your own opinion, what are the key ideas from this episode about the relationship between sound and space? What strikes you as interesting about the ways that sound influences our experience of space

HyperGentrification  has created more noise pollution such example given in episode , more cars and more people doing the rush hour creating loud noise. Listening to sounds around can help understand  where you at on the map and help navigate.