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  • Nicholas Ertz

    Writing on the Wall by Tom Standage Another look at today's world and how it isn't all that different from history. The central premise is that the way social media works today is not all that different from how people shared information in the past. The centralize broadcast world we grew up with is the real aberration. The material is presented in an orderly manner that is easy to grasp. This should be required reading for the teens of today.

  • Amy Bannon

    Writing on the Wall: Social Media - The First 2, 000 Years: Amazon.co.uk: Tom Standage: 9781408842065: Books

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