Technology has placed very specific confines around how we communicate with each other, forcing us to be a lot more conscious about what we say and how we say it. In this talk, Jennifer Daniel will explore both verbal and written language as a means of personal expression and how gifs, emojis, and memes are rooted in primal urges around a need to be seen, recognized, remembered and understood.
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