Performing For Others Online Is Not the Same As Connecting With Others

We’ve grown into a society that spends lots of time performing. Here’s why that’s a problem.

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A recent, excellent article from The Atlantic pointed out:

In their early incarnations, platforms such as Myspace and Facebook were relatively harmless. They allowed…

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