Why We Should ‘Like’ Experiences — Not Selfies
Lauren Modery
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In this story you reflected very well some thoughts I shared few days ago with my partner on the common use of social networks.
They are like mirrors. Talking mirrors, actually. We publish there bits of our own life in order to catch a feedback. And others would hardly give a bad one, since they are doing and expecting the same on the other side.
Before I closed my Facebook account, I could enjoy many friends posting meaningful experiences, projects, thoughts; but the rest of my selfish contacts were enough to make me cut that show-off.
I like when you say that we should promote real-life experiences, and that’s everything I miss, and that I still try do on other networks.

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