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  • A Few Words On Memories
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  • TikTok And The Growth Of Unfiltered UGC
    If you check out TikTok, you might think the content seems a bit handmade or even amateurish -- but that's the point.
  • The Myth Of Neutrality
    It's really hard to acknowledge someone else's perspective as valid -- especially If you fit the dominant paradigm of your culture.
  • Time To Rethink Ad Industry Compliance Programs
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  • Is Twitter Really Worth All That Money?
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  • Why Outre Is Now En Vogue
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  • Musk Kills Sec. 230 -- By Accident
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