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THE SELFIE GETS LITTLE RESPECT AS AN ART FORM. Snapping an image of one’s face with a phone held at arm’s length and sharing it with the world certainly seems hollow and narcissistic. But I view the selfie differently. In the age of the War on Terror,

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