When technologies seem to vanish, where do they go? Do they hide in-between? This is the proposal in one of the chapters of the Mundania-book. It starts like this:

When media and technologies withdraw, they can seem to vanish into thin air. They become ambient, part of the atmosphere. Ethereal. A kind of technology-induced effortless presence of services and appliances becomes part of everyday life, offering pleasures and conveniences. Oftentimes it is all ignored, just like the elements we live in and with. What are the prerequisites for the technologically influenced ambiences of Mundania, and how do these ambiences merge with the practices of everyday life?