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In the age of Zoom, some people may be self-conscious about what their rooms say about them. That bookshelf in the background better be stocked with Shakespeare and classic literature.

Professionals can help curate your bookshelves so you look more erudite on Zoom

In the age of Zoom, some people may be self-conscious about what their rooms say about them. That bookshelf in the background better be stocked with Shakespeare and classic literature.

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