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  • Forethought Research

    Sharing and Communication Through The Ages. Let's take a look back over all of human history to see how sharing and communication has evolved through cave paintings, carrier pigeons, newspapers and eventually to social media as we use it today..

  • Ivan Theodoulou

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    Media Infographic

  • Sergio Lopez de Abaria

    Historia de la comunicación #infografia #infographic

  • Social Media Delivered

    The Evolution of Communication via Daily Infographic #SocialMedia #Infographic

  • Riccardo Scandellari

    Dalle pitture rupestri ai nativi digitali

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