Swedish student writing his thesis about people on the autism spectrum and their use of new media!

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  • Came in on the first wave of 'new media'.  Had the internet 20 years ago.  In that time, I've had accounts on MySpace, Facebook (2), Instagram and Twitter and been very active on all of them.  I don't use a single one now.  I wouldn't on principle, even if they were useful to me in some way.  Which they'd long since ceased to be when I gave them up.  I no longer even use a smart phone.

    Only come here now.

    Never Google your name!  Paranoia runs deeps...

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  • Came in on the first wave of 'new media'.  Had the internet 20 years ago.  In that time, I've had accounts on MySpace, Facebook (2), Instagram and Twitter and been very active on all of them.  I don't use a single one now.  I wouldn't on principle, even if they were useful to me in some way.  Which they'd long since ceased to be when I gave them up.  I no longer even use a smart phone.

    Only come here now.

    Never Google your name!  Paranoia runs deeps...

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