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I was recently reading a piece by Andrew Sullivan in New York magazine about his overuse of the Internet. He used a turn of phrase that caught my eye: living-in-the-web. In other words, he didn’t use the Internet, partaking in it as a tool.  He lived in it, spending more conscious hours connected to the […]
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