What's happening with these "reaction videos" online? Are our own experiences so thin, scattered and inauthentic that we must turn to videos of other people "reacting" to the new Star Wars trailer in order to vicariously enjoy their responses? Why are we unable to feel present in and value our own experiences as they occur? What is eluding us here, what is slipping from our grasp? Is technology to blame?
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