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Reacting to one’s surroundings is no longer a mere method for one’s own personal expression. It’s now simultaneously a nervous addiction, and a vital therapeutic act both beckoned and facilitated by the exponential growth of networked social communication tools, and the further encroachment of special interests into all realms of society that were once thought to be personal. One is forced to react, in an attempt to stay humane and sane, in a post industrial whiplash culture… read more

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