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Posted: June 3, 2018

Until very recently in human society, we often grew up, worked, and died in close proximity to where we were born.  This wasn't just due to custom and tradition; it was a constraint of technology.  As the Industrial Revolution provided inexpensive means to travel and relocate, and monetary and climate shocks caused migrations, society necessarily became more fragmented.  Thus, despite our connectedness digitally, it may seem harder than ever to keep in touch with old friends and cultivate new ones. This

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