Dot Complicated is an online community aimed at “untangling” our wired, wonderful lives, created by Randi Zuckerberg. Technology has changed virtually every part of our lives: how we interact with friends and family, how we raise our children, how we announce major life news, how we find love, and how we manage our careers.

For our society, it’s like the wild, wild west – social norms and etiquette are changing constantly as we get used to life with smartphones, 24/7 access to one another, and more emails than one person could ever humanly respond to.

SEE ALSO: A Personal Letter From Randi About How It All Began

Things have definitely gotten more fun and efficient (there’s seriously an app for everything!), but also much more complicated. Here at Dot Complicated, we sort through the noise to help find the “new normal.”

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