Anthropocentrism gave rise to boredom, and when anthropomorphism was replaced by technocentrism, boredom became even more profound. Technology involves the dematerialization of the world, where things disappear into pure functionality. We have long since passed a stage where we could keep track of technology.
Turkle points out, when we have no privacy we lose the ability to privilege some thoughts and actions over others.
Zadie Smith: “Upstairs, Alex picked up the case from his trip and emptied the contents into the bed. The clothes he lifted in one stinking bundle and dropped into the bathroom's washing basket. Books he put on the floor and then kicked into a reasonable pile in a corner.