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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Social Networking & Relationships

Earlier today I had occasion to comment on the results of a recent study in Wired Magazine  issued around November 22, 2011 by a Social Network Leader, [see It's A Small(er) World After All], which implied that individuals were more connected, because of large numbers of social network connections they appear to generate. This Blog was started to ensure that the real intent (as compacted for another Social Network, Information Distribution Leader is not misunderstood). My comment focused on the implied premise that large numbers of followers imply people being more connected; which I disagree with simply because it is NOT ONLY impossible to have meaningful relationships with volumes of individuals, BUT ALSO reduces the importance of relationships to superficiality, in my opinion.