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Bo Burnham looks at the ways social media has reshaped our concept of self as well as our relationships with others. His new movie Eighth Grade is out this week.
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Parker Posey steps outside of the shrunken screen to find magic in the unscripted and the unknown.
Chris Dancy's radical engagement with personal surveillance tech saved his life.
Eliott Edge on Virtual Reality as an extension of human imagination and the ethics of the "simulation."
Artist and journalist Molly Crabapple with DJ and author Jace Clayton on the power of art to "see across borders."
Alissa Quart on how the American Dream failed us, and what sort of dream we should put in its place.
dana boyd of Data & Society asks us to actively look outside of our familiar "worlds"
Sociologist Sarah Lageson on how online crime data creates a whole new form of digital punishment.
Nathan Schneider on how the co-op model engenders a more participatory approach to life.
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