Tsing 2012

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"Scalability spreads—and yet it is constantly abandoned, leaving ruins. We need a nonscalability theory that pays attention to the mounting pile of ruins that scalability leaves behind. Nonscalability theory makes it possible to see how scalability uses articulations with nonscalable forms even as it denies or erases them." (506)

expansion and growth are not the same thing when it comes to inhabiting the world