The Great Desocial(media)ization of Jason

Social media started out as a tether for me--a bond to the outside world that I didn't want to break. During those dark days of 2009 and 2010 when my anxiety kept me almost completely housebound, Facebook was a means for me to feel at least partially connected to reality. Quite literally, it helped me... Continue Reading →

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For the Victims

Another day. Another shooting. 17 more lives senselessly lost. 15 more lives wounded. Countless lives changed forever. Another day. Another endless casting call of politicians and pundits thumping their chests blaming this or that thing, or this or that person. Another day. Another Facebook filter..."Pray for [something new]." Another meme..."More people are killed by hammers....."... Continue Reading →

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