Over the course of this class, I have been noticing more and more that many of the topics we discussed in class, that were unknown prior to learning of them, are represented quite frequently in society and everyday media. Social media has redefined how civilization portrays and communicates with itself. The use of handheld devices practically dominates the market, with a need for more upgrades and tools that allow more ways to communicate and document our online lives. We see each other normally in the light of reality, but when our observation is focused upon the digital domain, we are able to re invent ourselves and to create identities full of our brightest and most desirable attributes and achievements. With the technological age we are living in only advancing, society is left to join and assimilate with the rest of popular culture. Even though social media has brought upon minor negatives to societies previous form of communication and interaction, it has provided the people with an outlet to expand, create, and to define yourself with a plethora of platforms at your disposal.
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