Is Social Networking Changing The Face Of Friendship?
Science Daily — Online social networks tend to be far larger than their real-life counterparts, but online users say they have about the same number of close friends as the real-life average person.
The advent of online social networking sites like Myspace and Facebook is changing the average number of friends people have, with some users befriending literally thousands of others, Dr Will Reader of Sheffield Hallam University told the BA Festival of Science on September 10. [lire la suite]
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