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The most significant cultural development of the first decade of the 21st century was...iTunes. Or the Kindle. Or YouTube. Or blogging. Or Amazon's customer reviews. Take your pick--but whatever you choose, don't make it a work of creative art. Yes, important art continued to be created in the new millennium, but the big culture-related news of the Decade Without a Name is that it will likely be remembered less for its art than for the inventions that put the art into circulation.
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