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These photos show everything people touch in a day

How much can you tell about a person by looking at their things? Paula Zuccotti started investigating this question a few years ago by photographing everything people around the world touch in a day. The subjects took notes on everything they touched and then gathered the objects later. "Many gadgets have been designed to help us figure out what we do in a day—calories consumed, steps taken, stress levels—but the answers are already in front of us," Zuccotti says in an email.
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