I got back to Seattle area today but I have spent time in roughly a million different individual places – the hotel in SF in the morning, Mountain View for brunch, the airport in the afternoon, and now home again in Seattle. I have this deep feeling now of location fatigue.
Usually, even when I travel, I’m only in a handful of places per day, and I don’t have this unsettled feeling when most of the places are familiar – ones I’m in every day. Maybe there’s a limit to the number of places my brain is comfortable with?
This has interesting psychological implications for teleportation. Yes, that was the first thing I thought about when I recognized this feeling! There’s a clear answer… I can get used to more places, and in fact, would get used to more over time while I lived a teleporting life. Still, interesting aspect to consider.