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  • Katie Zhu
  • Douglas Sellers
  • Renee Solorzano
  • Diana Ahrens
  • Casey Caplowe
  • Keith Bormuth
  • Doris Yee

7 people think this is good

  • Katie Zhu
  • Douglas Sellers
  • Renee Solorzano
  • Diana Ahrens
  • Casey Caplowe
  • Keith Bormuth
  • Doris Yee

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  • Casey Caplowe

    Yeah, this is really nicely done.

  • Doris Yee

    One of the best reads I have made in a long time. It's straightforward honesty, in an unpretentious format. Just admitting and detailing this offline and online dualism rather than calling younger generation brats. My favorite takeaway from this: "We have never appreciated a solitary stroll, a camping trip, a face-to-face chat with friends, or even our boredom better than we do now. Nothing has contributed more to our collective appreciation for being logged off and technologically disconnected than the very technologies of connection."