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Living in the Present in An Age of Persistent Evanescence

This piece ends with the pithy point,

“Live in the present. Own the now”,

in almost a zen like meditation about persistence of thoughts and ideas in an evanescent social media sphere. Which is really a moot point as to what we are writing here and now, how much of that will remain the same say after a few years? People change, and the thoughts and ideas change as well. There is an archival value of these tools, and the more details and connected those idea streams are, the better they are.

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