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Submitted by CGMagazine 881d ago | opinion piece

Forced Socialization

Human beings are social creatures by nature and most individuals not only crave the attention of their social peers, but tend to search them out. Take the prominence of social media in today's society for example. I dare you to find someone, anyone, who doesn't use social media, notable exceptions include grandparents and really young children. Most of the writers and staff here at C&G are quite active on social media. All of us except the perpetually anti-social Wayne Santos are very active on Twitter, Facebook, Tumbler, Instagram, Raptor and other networks. (EA, Industry, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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