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I might argue that the "performing narrative" is a driving force behind the development of human expression through art:  painting, dancing, sculpting, singing, activing, drawing, etc.  It follows that if this narrative becomes more abstract and non-essential as social technology progresses, the arts must necessarily be affected.  Accordingly, we should address some questions:

     - What are the implications of expanding the non-essential narrative?

     - Does Facebook help or hinder this expansion?

     - What would a future of abstracted narrative look like?

     - Are there certain forms of human expression/art that are immune to the effects of this changing narrative?

     - How would we describe the current state of the Facebook narrative?

     - Is there a mutually-exclusive "Facebook narrative" at all?

     - What are the political ramifications of this?

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