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Tweeting might be bad for your health, a new UK-based survey has found.
A poll of Facebook and Twitter users found that over half of them believe that the social networks have changed their behavior, and that their lives have actually be changed for the worse.
Pinterest is the social network with all the buzz these days, and it sounds like all the attention is warranted: a new study from Experian suggests that Pinterest is the third most popular social network, just behind Twitter and Facebook.
If you’re someone who’s aware of social norms enough to put down the smartphone while you eat, you’re quickly becoming the minority. More and more often, people are tweeting from the table, according to a new study.
Do people trust the news? It’s a loaded question, and one that comes with a whole lot of variables. Craigslist founder Craig Newmark’s philanthropy initiative, craigconnects explored this question in connection with the current political campaigning going on in the US, asking people whether social media made them trust the news more… or less.
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