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Swipe is more gisty and interactive. Users can swipe right and left to date theorists and concepts. Users will experience the salient points of our discussion on find/replace's technofeminist potentials. It's “in a nutshell.”
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Plain Text is what you find in journal pdfs. It's “all talk and no action.”
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