Teenagers’ bedrooms have become command centers, with everything just a click away. Mark Bauerlein is a professor at Emory University and the author of The Dumbest Generation.
Monthly Archives: September 2009
The story of how a simple home made video with a trivial subject (little David after visiting dentist) became very popular and resulted fame and money to the family. This video reveals the potential dynamics of new social media for individuals.
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