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Internet Happy Places

My Internet Happy Place: TikTok, a Haven for Weird

At the end of a year in which we could not explore much IRL, team OneZero is sharing our favorite places we found online.

The first thing I love about TikTok is that nobody I know is on TikTok. Because while it is fine and even addicting to watch old acquaintances curate their personas on other apps, it’s not very interesting. Yes, these posts probably also live on TikTok, but I don’t see them.




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Author and journalist, writing and editing at Medium’s OneZero.

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