The social media revolution has made the internet, and the internet in particular, a central part of our lives.
But now, a new generation of Americans is being asked to grapple with what it means to have the internet at their fingertips.
In this conversation, Jennifer P, Kriegher, and Amy Coney-Brown explore what social media has meant for the American dream.
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This is the second episode in our series “How to Get Things Done”.
In this episode, I talk about how to find value in all the information you need, in all those ways that we often don’t use.
In the final installment of the series, I cover the art of making sense of a lot of the data in your life.
Get the first installment of this series here.
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