[Important] A new pandemic, 'digital psychosis.'
How copycats are wanting to go viral
Hello ShareGVL Community.
On a personal note, I want to thank the members of ShareGVL for their continued following and engagement. ShareGVL has not posted a story in over a year, and that is due to my personal relocation to Los Angeles, California.
Careerwise, I have enrolled in the State of California’s Law Office Study Program. In this particular legal apprenticeship, I can design my own pathway to practice as a lawyer without the burdens of law school.
I have always been interested in technology as my childhood playground was indoors, surfing the internet. Further, I also have an extreme passion for modernizing legalities: I am obsessed with identifying, humanizing, and protecting online communities, social media decencies, copyright infringement, and so forth.
With that, I would like to share an important, and I am sure personal issue for those that have a family, or a loved one that serves within K-12, issue to what I personally believe is an ongoing and dangerous pandemic, ‘digital psychosis.’
ShareGVL has a big following on this Substack [newsletter], and I am taking advantage of such with the hopes that the article I wrote on another platform, ‘Unfiltered Feeds,’ can bring about an informal conversation within communities regarding school shootings, social media, and traditional media.
I wish to run more personal stories of the Greenville Community on this platform, ShareGVL. And if you are interested, or know someone that would like free exposure by simply sharing their story, please reach out to me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Original June 11th, 2022 post on digital psychosis below: