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Smile! And say 'selfie'

Those much-maligned self-portraits are changing the way we communicate

7:40 PM, Sep. 6, 2013
Emma Strub, shown on the University of Minneosta campus in Minneapolis, enjoys taking self-portraits, or selfies, with her cell phone and sharing them with friends.
Emma Strub, shown on the University of Minneosta campus in Minneapolis, enjoys taking self-portraits, or selfies, with her cell phone and sharing them with friends.
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College student Emma Strub has been known to take pictures of herself 15 to 20 times a day.

Alone or with friends, smiling or making a goofy face. She shares most of them on photo-messaging app Snapchat, posts others to Instagram, Twitter or tumblr.

She, like so many of her peers, is a master of the smartphone self-portrait - the selfie. ...

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