I constantly go through a love - hate relationship with social networking sites. They're so useful, we can build friends, or contacts and learn something new from them. Yet because of this they can result in addiction, and makes us forget about the simple things like writing letters, or actually communicating with people face to face. Therefore I think they're both, and that we should take everything in moderation - even social networking!
I feel as if our society is becoming to dependent on social networking. I have recently seen where certain alerts are going to start streaming through sites such as facebook and twitter. Have we really gotten to the point that we are so focused on such sites that in order to get our attention, it will be via social networking. Don't get me wrong, I feel as if I am a bit addicted to the whole social media movement, but it seems to be going a bit too far. Especially for the younger generation. ( 12-17 year old range)
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