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It seems as though we've changed how we find friends from the traditional ways of being friends with people that live next door or people that we connect to. Now, we network with some people and ...

It seems as though we've changed how we find friends from the traditional ways of being friends with people that live next door or people that we connect to. Now, we network with some people and friends of those people also become our friends by association. One of the biggest ideas of Facebook is six degrees of separation, it shows us how interconnected and intertwined we all are. What type of finding friends do you prefer: the traditional or social networking virtually?

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How do you choose your friends? Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Once upon a time, we were friends with school mates and neighbors
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  • 2. Or the girl next door
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  • 3. We used to play board games
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  • 4. Or play outside and dance in the rain
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  • 5. We were awed by the simplicity of life
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  • 6. We were once fascinated by things we could touch, feel and explore.
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  • 7. But now, time has changed
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  • 8. “57% of people talk to people more online, than they do in real life”-www.onlineschools.org
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  • 9. “Facebook profiles are like belly buttons: Everybody’s got one”- Jolie O’Dell, www.mashable.com
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  • 10. “1 in 13 people on Earth are active Facebook users.”-www.onlineschools.org
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  • 11. More than 100 million active users access Facebook through their mobile devices-Mark Donovan, Comscore
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  • 12. People using Facebook on mobile devices are twice as more active than non-mobile users-Mark Donovan, Comscore
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  • 13. 48% of 18-34 year olds check Facebook right when they wake up…-www.onlineschools.org
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  • 14. Creating social networks in a virtual world are now more important to us than spending physical time with friends
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  • 15. Spectrumofonlinefriendship: whether it’s passive interest in reading your blogs or having an investment in you by caring about your success- we are connected.
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  • 16. But before we connect, how do I find you?
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  • 17. That cute guy in the fourth row of English class that you’ve never spoken to? We’re friends now, virtually that is.
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  • 18. Whether it’s to friends or family,
    how often do we use our phone to call someone?
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  • 19. Would we rather tweet to the virtual world instead?
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  • 20. It seems as though we use our phones for everything EXCEPT calling.
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  • 21. Emailing has never been easier, thanks to handhelds such as BlackBerrys.
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  • 22. Why call when you can text? It’s faster, easier and more convenient.
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  • 23. How do you choose your friends?
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  • 24. Do you spend most of your time in the virtual or the real world?
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  • 25. Created by Ishita Biswas
    Posted May 20, 2011
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