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1. Twitter and the Enlightenment in early America

A New Yorker once declared that “Twitter” had “struck Terror into a whole Hierarchy.” He had no computer, no cellphone, and no online social media following. He was not a presidential candidate, but he would go on to sign the Constitution of the United States. So who was he? And what did he mean by “Twitter”?

The post Twitter and the Enlightenment in early America appeared first on OUPblog.

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  • Fri, 01:16: I wish there was a tv station and it was just manatees chilling. The world needs this.

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7. Just because all philosophers are on Twitter…

Just because everyone is on Twitter doesn’t mean they’ve all got interesting things to say. I vaguely recall reading that late 19th-century curmudgeons expressed similar scepticism about the then much-hyped technology of the telephone.

The post Just because all philosophers are on Twitter… appeared first on OUPblog.

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23. सोशल नेटवर्किंग और हमारे सोचने का तरीका

 Click n listen hindi  audio of 2 min & 8 Sec about  “Social Networking Sites and our thinking”. सोशल नेटवर्किंग और हमारे सोचने का तरीका Click n listen hindi  audio of 2 min & 8 Sec about  “Social Networking Sites and our thinking”. सोशल नेटवर्किंग और हमारे सोचने का तरीका मनोरंजक, प्रेरक ऑडियो, एक जागरुक […]

The post सोशल नेटवर्किंग और हमारे सोचने का तरीका appeared first on Monica Gupta.

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