How Social Media Influencing Is Killing Us

As a neglected Gen-Xer, it’s safe to assume that social media was an unreal phenomenon, that couldn’t be realized until decades later. Of course there’s the casual bitterness of how easy it is for Millennials to DM links to online bios containing the goods that will get them hired; when back in the day, it was the tedious curation of query letters that editors didn’t read, and if they did, the generic rejection…




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