This part introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters. The part introduces non-Western perspectives and positions by “practicing another vision of mobile connectedness in mixed reality situations.” It addresses one of the negative effects of our ubiquitous computing culture—distraction. The part describes the rhetoric of contemporary urban planning, the smart city, and ubiquitous computational environments and argues that air is a better concept for ubiquitous media as they are “always and everywhere,” like air. It proposes instead thinking with the understanding that air is “a means of transport and communication,” which not only humans but all living systems use. The part discusses the complexity of mapping what the territories and contexts are when speaking of the ubiquitous computing phenomenon broadly defined. It also argues that one way to deal with this ontologically inescapable condition is to cultivate a different mindfulness and suggests that this mode of awareness would allow for, quite simply, human fascination.