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This article presents some questions that arose during the process of producing my ethnography of the uses of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the city of São Paulo. I propose, based on what Tim Ingold calls the ecology of life (INGOLD, 2000), that communicating, relating and expressing yourself using such technologies are skills that are developed from a process of constant discovery and rediscovery of our bodies, senses and their relationship with the environment that surrounds us.doi:10.20873/uft.2447-4266.2020v6n4a5en fatcat:mgflr5aaezfchdtnaurslsou6u