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Social Media and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs | Visual.ly
This infographic speaks volumes about our society and civilization as a whole. Purely based on the number of users by the social network and levels, the majority still seeks a need to belong versus the minority at the top that seek creativity and look for an outlet to display it in. 
Social Media and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs | Visual.ly
This infographic speaks volumes about our society and civilization as a whole. Purely based on the number of users by the social network and levels, the majority still seeks a need to belong versus the minority at the top that seek creativity and look for an outlet to display it in. 

Social Media and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs | Visual.ly

This infographic speaks volumes about our society and civilization as a whole. Purely based on the number of users by the social network and levels, the majority still seeks a need to belong versus the minority at the top that seek creativity and look for an outlet to display it in. 

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I found this interesting article (Link via Image) on Inc and decided to share it with you. For those of you who do not know, David Karp is the 24 year old hotshot who created Tumblr after dropping out from school at 15. This passionate coder defies the normal conventions of CEOship, a clear example of how we should reexamine our educational regiment. 
I found this interesting article (Link via Image) on Inc and decided to share it with you. For those of you who do not know, David Karp is the 24 year old hotshot who created Tumblr after dropping out from school at 15. This passionate coder defies the normal conventions of CEOship, a clear example of how we should reexamine our educational regiment. 

I found this interesting article (Link via Image) on Inc and decided to share it with you. For those of you who do not know, David Karp is the 24 year old hotshot who created Tumblr after dropping out from school at 15. This passionate coder defies the normal conventions of CEOship, a clear example of how we should reexamine our educational regiment. 

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