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In this article “Pushing That Crosswalk Button May Make You Feel Better, But. . .” Christopher Mele argues that our dependence on buttons is tested everyday because you’ll wonder whether it will work at that exact time. Mele begins to address the door-close buttons on elevator that are suspected to quicken our trip and then moves on to address another situation as a result of unused crosswalk signals ,which led to cities deactivating most of their pedestrian buttons and removals during major construction projects. Mele also addresses that thermostats are under lock and key and others that are not are believed to be under the control of the user. Mele moves on to address his main point, if we lose control over little things, we will no longer
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