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The Twitter Abyss is Real, and I Fell Into It Once. Whoops.

Twitter has slowly, but surely, cemented itself as the ideological battleground of the 21st century. With access to only 140 characters per post, the ability to put out and respond to personal opinions seems to adhere to that one line from Hamlet that most people don’t remember is from Hamlet, “Brevity is the soul of wit.”

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Tara Metal

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Tara Metal.
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Tara Metal.

Susan Stamberg on Experience at NPR

Susan Stamberg talks about being like "a neighbor over the fence" at NPR.
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Susan Stamberg talks about being like "a neighbor over the fence" at NPR.

Susan Stamberg on Founding Public Radio

Susan Stamberg talks about being a founding voice of public radio.
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Susan Stamberg talks about being a founding voice of public radio.

The Dress

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The black and blue dress.
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The black and blue dress.

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Aline Saarinen, circa 1964

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Art critic, writer, and journalist Aline Saarinen, circa 1964.

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Art critic, writer, and journalist Aline Saarinen, circa 1964.

Photo courtesy of the Archives of American Art.

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Rabbi Michael Rothbaum

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Rabbi Michael Rothbaum, 2014 Twersky Award Finalist.
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Rabbi Michael Rothbaum, 2014 Twersky Award Finalist.

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Mildred Elizabeth Levine Albert

Mildred Elizabeth Levine Albert carved a niche for herself in the fashion world as the head of a modeling agency and an inventor of new kinds of fashion shows.

Barbara Walters

Barbara Walters became a household name in television journalism for her adept, exclusive interviews with some of the most noted people on the world stage, from Katherine Hepburn and Princess Grace of Monaco to Fidel Castro and Vladimir Putin.

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