Diagram depicting how the digital space has enabled "ridiculously easy group-forming," (Shirkey, 2008). This allows for the potential convergence of an infinite amount of members in a group. However the fact that every person experiences and engages with an event in an original way means that groups also diverge and split when people realize their 'differences'. So at the other end of the scale because no one can experience an event in the same way as you, you could also comprise your own individual group (of one).
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