Maybe Social Media Doesn’t Ruin Everything?

It’s common these days to hear people (especially middle-aged folks) grousing about the social-media addiction of younger generations. Social connections, they worry, come at the expense of real-world relationships. But Tony Schwartz, writing for the New York Times‘ DealBook, has a surprisingly positive take on the way his adult daughter and her peers have enriched their lives and relationships through the Web.

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About Jeff Cavanaugh

Jeff Cavanaugh is an IT guy by profession and a theologian by training. In addition to Christ and Pop Culture, his writing has appeared at The Gospel Coalition, Nine Marks, and Cardus. He lives with his wife Andrea in Louisville, KY. Follow him on twitter at @jccavanaugh.


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