A Zoom with a View 18 Months on Instagram   by LOGAN SACHON  

A Zoom with a View

18 Months on Instagram

 

by LOGAN SACHON

 

 

Private Eye: 60 Minutes with Alex Howard

BY Claire Willett

I’ve always had the sense that [privacy] is something that if people aren’t able to get, it has a significant effect upon their ability to be completely honest with someone else, to share confidential information, to be able to express themselves without fear of retribution, without fear of mistakes. 

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Editor's Letter

by CLAIRE WILLETT

Until I went off to college, most of my communication happened face-to-face when it happened at all. I was a quiet kid, afraid of the telephone, uncomfortable talking with all but a handful of adults: my father, my mother, her best friends, her mother, our caretaker, and Millie, the alcoholic who managed our neighbor's horse barn. 

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Say Anything

BY  JIA TOLENTINO

I realized that I had compartmentalized “things I say on Twitter” and “things that the man I live with will ever think about,” and I wondered if I’d done the same with my actual self.

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Welcome to My Worlds

BY TAYLOR DOBBS

My generation is the last that will even remember a line between the physical and digital realms. The last generation that existed solely in the physical world is already gone. Today we exist, simultaneously, twice. 

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