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Faking Cultural Literacy (and Christianity)

In a New York Times article titled "Faking Cultural Literacy," Karl Greenfield argues that today's social media lets us pretend to know something about almost everything—even if that "knowledge" is deplorably shallow. Greenfield writes:

We pick topical, relevant bits from Facebook, Twitter or emailed news alerts, and then regurgitate them. Instead of watching "Mad Men" ...

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