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Originally while playing The Stanley Parable, I was very interested in the many different paths and unique endings. The ending that I have chosen to focus my argument towards is the ending where you follow all of the narrator’s commands. … Continue reading
“TruYou—one account, one identity, one password, one payment system, per person. There were no more passwords, no multiple identities. Your devices knew who you were, and your one identity—the TruYou” (Eggers, 21). A large portion of the reason I found … Continue reading
“The tear was opening up inside her, a blackness overtaking her. She closed her eyes and heard underwater screams. Mae cursed the not-knowing, and knew she needed someone who could be known. Who could be located.” Eggers, Dave. The Circle. New … Continue reading
Look at this level of surveillance.
The passage I chose to focus on occurs at the bottom of Page 187 and continues into the top of 188. Mae’s boss Dan just finished holding a meeting with her about her recent lack of participation in The Circle’s … Continue reading