Conversations among human
beings sound human. They are
conducted in a human voice.
The Internet is enabling
conversations among human
beings that were simply not
possible in the era of mass media.
Slide credit: Michael Sauers - travelinlibrarian.info
"And it's easy to deride this
sort of thing as self-
would anyone put out such
drivel in public.
It's simple. They're not
talking to you.“
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