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    No, I cannot imagine Facebook still bringing people closer together in 2264 -- or Google, or Apple. They are all products of a very specific era.
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  • The Good And The Bad Of Positioning Around AI
    As the term becomes more ubiquitous and the hype gets greater and greater, it becomes harder to sort through the noise.
  • Life After Google: The Great Social Experiment
    Many have passed through the crucible of all that is Google and have emerged on the other side. Let's discuss three of these people.
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