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  • http://www.theorganicview.com June Stoyer

    It used to be that your mother would yell at you for watching too much tv. Now you can watch tv on you cell phone! Imagine if we still used two cups and a string! lol

    Social media has definitely replaced a lot of face to face socializing. I just wonder if it will wind up having an impact on crime and actually reduce it. If people are not out and about you would think that would be a good thing.

  • http://www.life-procoaching.com/blog @SerendipityJane

    The many ways in which we can communicate, one should think we improve our communication skills. However, I don’t think it is the case.
    The point about “addiction” is taken… (note to self: set an IV so you can comment each time someone posts a comment to a post ;-) )

  • http://RichardBejah.com Richard Bejah

    Thanks for the useful statistics.. as usual RICH :0)

  • http://www.juliepianto.com Julie Pianto

    Technology has brought about such a massive change in our lives. In some ways it doesn’t really matter if it is for good or not – because I don’t think it is going away!

    The statistics on time spent on search vs social media should raise some eyebrows at Google one would hope!

    Thanks for the useful info.

  • http://www.melodylealamb.com Melody Lea Lamb

    I think the rise in social media is exciting… as are all the quickly changing trends on the internet! We have to continue to be flexible, open minded, and willing to change quickly to adapt. Thanks for a great post!

  • http://www.robertpickstone.com Robert Pickstone

    Thanks for the stats. Very interesting but not too surprising. If you are a social media addict, are you an intelligent one?

    http://www.robertpickstone.com/2009/11/30/are-you-an-intelligent-social-media-addict/

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  • http://twitter.com/ClintonRLanier Clinton R. Lanier

    This is some great info, thanks for sharing. I noticed that search gained 1% of time, I wonder what the implications for that could be: are we turning to online search more often? Not satisfied with our search results and so spending more time sorting and refining? Is it due to an explosion in content over the last year?

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