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I will discuss the paradoxes of the 21st-century information age:
1. Despite having online social networks that allow us to communicate through text, most of us communicate through images and thus don't really communicate.
2. We live in the information age, but not the communication age. We can easily acquire information and produce information, but we still don't know how to have a great conversation.
3. We live in the age of self-expression, but not in the age of relationships. So many of us are so busy expressing ourselves that we don't make time to question, listen, relate, and learn from other people around us.
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