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  • The elegant way online social networks ‘heal’ after a death

    The Atlantic - 04/26/2017

    Just as life, for many, now takes place both online and in the physical world, so too does death. Social media has brought back the kind of public grieving often seen in ancient Greece—open performances of sadness that bring people together for communal mourning. And a new study shows that the connections made online after a loss can last for years to come.

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