At tech conferences, experts are talking about "total connectivity." Is that where we're going? Kids seem to think so and in fact, some of them might already be living near total connectivity.
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The Entryway is a multimedia project where a couple white chicks move in with immigrant Latino families to learn Spanish. The project lit up the world of new media a couple of weeks ago.
According to CyberFreak Queena Kim, Rose Hills Cemetery was the place to be on Easter if you're Asian in LA.
In the words of the Wall Street Journal, "The last time there was this much excitement about a tablet, it had some commandments written on it."
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