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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Here's What Facebook Is Doing to Your Brain. It's Kind of Shocking

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We live in the age of social media, an age where we collect friends like stamps. However, there seems to be a connection between using social networks and being lonely. At 0:40 I was shocked but my mind was blown at 3:40.

Here's What Facebook Is Doing to Your Brain. It's Kind of Shocking

“If you make friends with yourself you will never be alone.” -Maxwell Maltz

Credits: Script, Design & Animation by Shimi Cohen. Quoting the words of Sherry Turkle's TED talk. Based on 'The Invention of Being Lonely' by Dr. Yair Amichai.

Source: Why don't you try this

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  1. So, you post how social media makes us lonely and then ask if I will like y'all on Facebook, or Foolbook as its coming to be?

  2. I, personally, am on the FB not to collect likes and to share photos of my lunch, to whom I date with etc. I am there because I want share and spread some opinions and to find new ones. They are not dissipated like on the net there, but you can find them in the more concentrated, thicker state...thematically clustered.


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