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Submitted by Mark484 966d ago | opinion piece

Do we spend too much time on our social networks and not enough in real life?

VANCOUVER — Do we spend too much time on our social networks and not enough in real life?

The market research firm Ipsos has released the not so unsurprising statistic that people on social networks are spending on average 3.6 hours a day socializing online. (Social Networks, Web)

Mark484  +   966d ago
May be This problem is with more than half percent of today's world..
Unztayble  +   966d ago
People are creating these images of themselves online and they begin to believe all the crap they post. In reality they are nothing like what they claim to be online or nowhere near. Social sites are good for keeping up with friends and events. But some people base their reality on there. That's not life.

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