Uber, Snapchat, Tinder, Facebook & Instagram - Is American relationship dissolving from Apps?

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Attorney Antonio Moore and Relationship Expert Zo Williams discuss the consequences of social media and the sharing economy on american relationship on Moore's weekly show "Tonetalks" on Dash Radio.


  1. Are social media and technology breaking down the basic boundaries of social relationship for Americans? #Uber #Tinder #Facebook #Snapchat #Instagram #Lyft
  2. What is the consequence of Uber on basic boundaries of work hours, and what is considered ok for work to ask of you? Using you car? Driving at 3 am and talking to a stranger at their request to get 5 stars?
  3. What does it mean psychologically and socially having no control over your own stuff during the drive?Does snap chat and it’s short videos make people crazily live 8 seconds at a time? Does Instagram do the same by photo? Framing our best self not real self.
  4. Is Facebook keeping us connected that no longer are relevant to your life? Does it keep a long trail of life whereas you use to cut off transitions and leave high school, college or old jobs behind?
  5. Is Tinder and swiping making relationships disposable? Are people ghosting because they don’t understand what is appropriate?

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