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are we are wired to share?

Since so many of you are interested in technology and it's impact on our social interactions, you may be interested in this post... We are Wired to Share | Digitizd.
An absolutely fascinating video, which hits on something I’ve been thinking a lot about. The Internet is fostering communication and working together in a way that’s totally unprecedented; I’d give examples, but Rachel Botsman does a wonderful job of it in the video. Is this a human need and desire that has always existed, and just needed the outlet and portal that the Internet provided, or has the technology we use somehow changed our thinking about ourselves, our things and other people?
(Via the Atlantic and http://www.digitizd.com)

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