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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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“A Life on Facebook” – Our Online Life Retold

Written on November 14, 2010 by B Waldorf

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Imagine life without Facebook. Does it seem surreal? A man tried to retell the impact of social networking on his life through a short film entitled "A Life on Facebook."

Have you ever tried scrolling down your Facebook page? It is going back in time as your read again memorable wall posts or comments from friends. If you want to experience something like this, check out the video entitled “A Life on Facebook.” This recounts a young man’s life via his posts and updates on the popular social network.

This story revolves around a young man named Alex Droner. He chronicled his heartbreaks and high spirits by means of signing up on social media sites. This short film is a reflection of our own lives surrounded by the things found in the Internet.

The short video was created by Maxime Luère, a Lead CG artist at Akama Studio.

Watch the video after the skip.

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