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        Social Media and Social Outcasts
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        Social Media and Social Outcasts

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        Here, Dave Platter warns of the dangers of the constant connectivity that social media demands. He presents a subtle argument that whatever self-image we create for ourselves as a result of our web popularity is ephemeral. He encourages us to not rely too heavily on how many emails we receive to determine our self-worth. Instead, to disconnect is to remind ourselves that we are present, human, of the physical world. It is a lesson worth remembering.

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        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedover 5 years ago
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