Humphreys said one of the early conclusions from her research is the possibility that the mass media of the 20th century was in fact a blip, a historical aberration, and that, through platforms like Twitter, we are gradually returning to a communication network that indulges, without guilt, the individual’s desire to record his existence.
Back to the future: What if the ‘mass media’ era was just an accident of history? 
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I currently lead marketing for the New York office of Definition 6. Master's in Digital Media from Georgia Tech. ATL->SFO->NYC.

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