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Post Digital, as I am most familiar with – beyond the readings of this week – is┬ápost-digital in the contemporary art context, usually known as Post Internet. It is the idea that art can be made without being about the internet, but rather having accepted the internet as part of one’s everyone consumption and production. In a way, the existence of the term Post Internet seems to suggest that the internet is done developing? The question I have for this weeks reading is if we’re truly in a state of Post Internet Art / or rather post-digital, what does this then say about digital technology and it’s anticipated progression?