Technobiophilia is the love of biological or lifelike functions in technology. I express this by having nature themed wallpapers on my computer desktop. It has also shown in my teammates for class. When we were first creating our websites and were picking the theme, we kept oohing and ahhing at the nature themes. I can relate to Sue Thomas’s talk about technobiophilia. Just like the people she talks about, I like computers and programming, but I also like camping and being outdoors. The connection is made between nature and technology with all the terms we use to describe things. Cloud storage, for example, is a way to store data outside of our computers. Another example is the term filter bubble. Technobiophilia could also be expressed through digital storytelling.