Reducing Information Pollution

An Online Generation Redefines Mourning

Source: New York Times
Author: Hannah Seligson
Date: 04/21/2014
Excerpt: In 2010, when Rebecca Soffer’s father died of a heart attack on a cruise to the Bahamas, the condolence notes came pouring in, many in the form of text messages. “I got so many from very good friends,” Ms. Soffer, 37, said from the couch of her Upper West Side apartment not long ago. “They said they were ‘sorry’ or ‘how r u?’ ”
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