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Oct
23

Anything that encourages people to think more is a good thing

Indeed, we are the last generation to know privacy as it was. It is now something that will have to be taught. And more importantly, what we share online, will now require thoughtful curation to deliberately construct a more accurate and desirable portrayal of who you are and how you wish to be perceived.

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The Erosion of Privacy and the Rise of Publicness…and why it’s a good thing – Brian Solis
Tweet. October 23, 2012; 5 Comments. Gabriel García Márquez once wisely observed, “Everyone has three lives: a public life, a private life, and a secret life.” In an era where individuals take to soci…

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2 comments

  1. Melody Polson says:

    It makes the access of one's publishing– tweets or facebook, or even here– tho I'm convinced most folk here are more thoughtful than the run of the mill troll– a question of what one may do with it.

  2. Melody Polson says:

    It makes the access of one's publishing– tweets or facebook, or even here– tho I'm convinced most folk here are more thoughtful than the run of the mill troll– a question of what one may do with it.

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