Reading a physical book means I highlight differently.
Reading a physical book means I can’t just drag my finger over a moment that fascinates me.
Instead, I have to unsettle myself, find my pen, underline, attempt to annotate legibly, and maybe flip to the front of the book for a sticky tab.
Reading a physical book means I pass over those lovely moments, and may never find them again.
- Watching Each Other: Foucault’s Panopticon and Confessional in Social Media
- Big Brother: 9 Ways You’re Being Watched
- Social Media & The Digital Confessional: Full Outline
- Social Media & The Digital Confessional: Outlining a long post
- Ki Mae Heussner, “Digital Confessionals: Tweeting Away Your Vices”
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