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Millennial who grew up online learns beauty of sharing less

  • Aired: 01/11/2018
  • 03:36
  • Rating: NR
The content-creator online world is misunderstood, says author and podcaster Emma Gannon, who sees the future of work being rewritten by social media go-getters who don't necessarily work 9-5. Gannon, a self-described “multi-hyphenate” who hosts Ctrl Alt Delete and has written a book by the same name, gives her Brief but Spectacular take on the highs and lows of social media.
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