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People have been forgetting items at the market since before Morse code; one can’t necessarily blame technology for lapses in focus. But communication tools like cell phones, e mail, instant messaging (IM), video conferencing and social networking have revolutionized the way we interact with each other. Just as one example, in June 2009, scores of election protestors in Iran sidestepped government censorship by using Twitter to communicate with the world [source: NPR].
He’s there to meet 16 year old Rawan Salem, who he has found through her YouTube videos. Rawan has been a political activist since she was seven. She began by uploading videos of herself criticising local politicians and since then she has been interviewed about politics on TV shows as part of her campaigning for more money for youth projects and against allegedly corrupt local politicians.
On the other hand, it is still very common to see it done in Germany and Italy. I’ve also seen one done in Hong Kong in which the lens was barely wider than the line. It was a very impressive piece of craftsmanship, but I would be terrified to wear it.
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