The Social Media Myth

Why we need to craft a new narrative

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I recently attended a social media intensive class. I loved it. I loved the person who hosted it (Amie McNee) and I thought how she approached the subject was brilliant. We’ll talk about Amie and her viewpoints later on in the piece. But first I want to make an unpopular (or perhaps it’s becoming more…




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Jade Eby

Jade Eby

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