Being and Nothingness: How Twitter Affects My Social Consciousness

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About Omar Shaukat

Omar Shaukat is a freelance writer and aspiring stand-up comedian living in the Baltimore/DC area. He thoroughly enjoys living in his parents' basement and watching Hugh Grant romantic comedies on repeat with his cat, Midori. When not watching Love Actually, he likes to explore gender and race issues as well as the perils of being in a relationship as a twenty-something. You can follow him on Twitter.

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  1. Hank Vandenburgh says:

    Twitter changes your “affect?”

    • Omar Shaukat says:

      Yes, it actually does. I guess most readers would think right off the bat that the title is a typo, but I’d like to think that I know the difference between affect and effect. At least I would hope I do. I was speaking of affect in the psychological / mental point of view — how Twitter can change one’s sense of perception and sense of self.

      The title has since been revised as to not lead to anymore confusion.

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