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Love, Floppy Disks & Other Stuff the Internet Killed

Shields, born in Seattle in 1993, belongs to a generation of young adults who grew up in tandem with the internet. Millennials—conditioned participants in virtual romance, fantasy computer game worlds, and robot companions—are supposed to be overstimulated, hypermediated, unable to connect.

Natalie Shields

Natalie Shields' second book, "Loving Football When It Doesn't Love You Back," is forthcoming in spring 2017. Her work has been published in the Daily Beast and purchased by Special Collections museums at Yale University, the Rhode Island School of Design, and the University of Washington. Born and raised in Seattle, she is a 2015 graduate of RISD, a member of the design collective Henry Blank, and a designer at Doubleday & Cartwright in New York.

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