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help me

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  1. anonymous
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    how?

  2. anonymous
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    @swilson90

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    "Self-portraits can be especially instructive. By showing the artist both as he sees his true self and as he wishes to be seen, self-portraits can at once expose and obscure, clarify, and distort. They offer opportunities for both self-expression and self-seeking. They can display egotism and modesty, self-aggrandizement and self-mockery."

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    "Today, our self-portraits are democratic and digital; they are crafted from pixels rather than paints. On social networking websites like MySpace and Facebook, our modern self-portraits feature background music, carefully manipulated photographs, stream-of-consciousness musings, and lists of our hobbies and friends. They are interactive, inviting viewers not merely to look at, but also to respond to, the life portrayed online. We create them to find friendship, love, and that ambiguous modern thing called connection. Like painters constantly retouching their work, we alter, update, and tweak our online self-portraits; but as digital objects they are far more ephemeral than oil on canvas. Vital statistics, glimpses of bare flesh, lists of favorite bands and favorite poems all clamor for our attention – and it is the timeless human desire for attention that emerges as the dominant theme of these vast virtual galleries."

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    Choose which group of questions Rosen asks in her article. Are online friendships and real-life friendships the same? Is social networking about friendship or self-promotion? Are people who use the Internet considered more intelligent than people who don't? Should schools require computer literacy courses? Are there dangerous ideas available online that some people shouldn't see? Do people who see these ideas get influenced by them? Are there ways to improve artificial intelligence so it goes beyond the human brain? Would this be a good thing?

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    wow thats alot . hmm i would have to say online relationships and offline are not the same... people who use the internet are not more intelligent. no schools dont need computers. yes there are ways to improve the artificial intelligence, but you would need a scientists for that, or a brain expert..

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    i think she chooses the friend one js...

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    i know lol and i see your point so it would be A right

  9. anonymous
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    yes , i believe so

  10. anonymous
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    alright thanks

  11. anonymous
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    welcome c:

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