Sloppy Seconds. What comes post-post-digital? Today's media landscape suggests a shift from semantics to pragmatics and from metaphysics to ontology. In slogging through big data of the post-digital age in which we live (read: Florian Cramer), we find ourselves focusing less on content and more on 'materiality'. Memes and subreddits confront traditional systems logic while the principles of 'new media' (read: Lev Manovich) are no longer even considered disruptive. At this moment AOs may provide a sense of unity in this increasingly fragmented and polarised society. The built environment, which can be physically perceived (and digitally augmented), offers opportunity to solve epistemic challenges by adding ontological considerations to spatial conditions - structures may be encapsulated with a certain set of rules and information (both of design and use) which allows us to inherently learn, interact and grow.