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Facebook makes us lonely, debate is heated up again

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The rise of Interest-based social media

We all have witnessed the rapid growth of Pinterest since last year. In the current social media landscape, misoprostol I think, it’s safe to say the interest-based networking started to grab the new wave of users’ attention. The interest-based networking does have the potential, given that some of the services acheter viagra do not REQUIRE users to submit real personal…read more →

Online social networking skills: The social affordances approach to digital inequality

I am very excited that cheap auto repair my paper theorizing the link vendita viagra generico between social media research and digital inequality literature  is just published and it’s accessible freely. You can retrieve the full paper here.