and Sam thank you so much for joining us … and Sam is a expert on human communication … and she's also my colleague here at LinkedIn, … so welcome Sam. … - Thanks, happy to be here. … - And so Sam the topic is communication. … We're talking about human communication … and how its been disrupted through technology. … - Wow, I mean that's a huge question. … And we could really go at it, … maybe there's four different ways we could look at it from. … The online community perspective and our perceptions … of general society, … or communications with our immediate social network, … how communication has changed, how we think about the world, … implications for relationships. … But of course, all of those things are kind of tied up in one. … And maybe the most ubiquitous technology that we use, … especially in the United States, would be smartphones. … So we could go into that. … - Yeah, why don't we delve into that a little further. … So you're talking about smartphones, mobile devices … that have data connections that help people stay …
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