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Making Friends in School was Easy

But why it’s so hard outside of it?

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Remember how we used to make friends as kids? A little 5 or 6 year old would waddle over to another kid and say, “Will you be my friend?” and boom. They’re friends. And probably will be throughout elementary school at least. If we move up to junior high or high school, it gets a little more complicated, but not by much. You show up, maybe you…

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In a time of growing isolation, anxiety, and growing distrust, TOMO wants to change the nature of social engagement between technology and people.

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