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This edition: What Does Friendship Mean in the Digital Age?

Episode Details

Original tape date: September 22, 2014.

First aired: October 13, 2014.

As a compulsive blogger and Tweeter, as well as a publisher of ebooks, writer Emily Gould was certain to write of virtual relationships. Her first novel entitled "Friendship" is about the relationship of two 30-year old women whose lives intersect with the Internet in a poignant and engaging way. Emily tells Jim Zirin that online connection is an overarching feature of how a crossroads generation communicates.

Guest List

Emily Gould Author

James D. Zirin Host, “Conversations in the Digital Age”

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