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The Bright Light of the Internet

As we find ourselves in dark times, it’s up to us to shine a light on the next phase of the internet

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II embraced social media early and indiscriminately. With ardent curiosity beginning with Twitter in 2007, I collected profile pages like trophies, staking my user name and avatar into every new social territory I could find.




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Cassie McDaniel

Cassie McDaniel

Words, design, community. Leading w/ kindness. Product Design Director @ Lattice. Prev. Webfflow, Glitch, Mozilla, Adobe, Jane & Jury.

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