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Posted on October 15, 2009 | tags


Tech: Some people are happy being social-networking neophytes

  • I have close friends – and I know how to reach them. People create arguments, actual arguments or disagreements as a result of Facebook. I am like, ‘Really? It’s a computer network?’ We need to stop.
  • 28-year-old Natasha Hawkins • Describing why she doesn’t use services like Facebook and Twitter – because it creates drama. Her friends are annoyed with her because it’s harder to keep her in the loop, but she’s steadfast about her beliefs. And she’s not alone. 85 percent of people between 18 and 34 used Facebook, MySpace and Twitter in August, but that means 15 percent didn’t. They may be living under rocks. They may be stubborn. Or they may just prefer human interaction. • source