Digital Dualism Is A Fallacy By Nathan Jurgenson Essay
1409 Words May 18th, 2016 null Page
Social media has allowed people to connect their virtual and physical lives. Platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn are used to connect people locally, nationally, and internationally. Our digital and physical worlds are not separate at all. These platforms are used to interact with mass audiences and allow people to develop deeper relationships. New friendships can be formed on social media just as it can be formed at a social event or anywhere else in the real world. People use LinkedIn to apply for jobs for their physical worlds. Furthermore, recruiters reach out to potential job candidates on the digital platforms to work in the physical world. Whether people like to deny it or not, the digital world has overlapped our physical world.
Jurgenson’s argues that digital dualism is a fallacy. In “Digital Dualism versus Augmented Reality”, Jurgenson explains that the “digital and physical are increasingly meshed” and the “opposite perspective that implodes atoms and bits rather…