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How Messaging Has Changed Human Interaction

Small losses of privacy have rewritten the rules of messaging and changed how humans feel about each other

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FFew applications have affected mass consumer psychology as much as messaging apps. While social media helps us build communities, a following, and a digital presence, messaging enables us to stay in touch with…




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Adrian Zumbrunnen

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Human Interface Designer at Apple • Opinions are my own

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