Writing about the effect of digitalization on knowledge and how we all became experts via our new devices, I spent this morning researching the amazing medical apps from Epocrates to the Google Body browser. Body parts all over the place. Looking up from my British Library salad at lunch I suddenly face huge bared teeth in a camera picture across me. Person that is holding her teeth in front of my nose is excusing herself with her Blackberry. She said it has no mirror function, and she had something between her teeth, so she made a picture of them using the camera instead. Oh, this digital life.