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Liberation and Entanglement in Jeff Orlowski’s The Social Dilemma

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It hard to imagine the modern world without the presence of social media. This is in part due to its ubiquitous influence on our lives, but also that influence’s dulling of certain facets of creativity and imagination. In the relatively short time that its present incarnation has been around, social media has affected the global landscape in a way that few other forces have.

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Aaron Meacham

Aaron Meacham

My name anagrams to “a man becomes.” I love movies and Kurt Vonnegut. I don’t understand how anagrams work.

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