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A Smartphone Game That Captures the Futility of “Work-Life Balance”

Last month in Wired, the writer Mary H. K. Choi embedded herself in the social-media world of five American teen-agers, exploring their habits and codes of conduct on an array of platforms, chiefly Snapchat and Instagram. Her report was refreshingly free of the sorts of scandalizing details that typically pervade writing about teens, replaced, instead, by a set of heartening and counterintuitive insights.
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