Marine Barbaroux challenges the benefit of instant communication via social media and FoMO. In this talk, she takes her audience through her silly project to resurrect the snail mail...Caution: you might be tempted to grab a pen and some paper :)
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@ VOL 106
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@ VOL 33
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