Once upon a time, we were friends    with school mates and neighborsPhoto credit: {leah}-Flickr
Or the girl next        doorPhoto credit: {leah}-Flickr
We used to play board               gamesPhoto credit: frozenchipmunk-Flickr
Or playoutside  and dance in the  rainPhoto credit: HanaS.-Flickr
We were awed by the simplicityPhoto credit: Mugley-Flickr                            of life
We were once fascinated by things we could touch, feel and explore.Photo credit: LauraDeu-Flickr
But now, time has changedPhoto credit: FarhadFarhad-Flickr
“57% of people talk to people more online, than they do in real life”- www.onlineschools.orgPhoto credit: tia_maria-Flickr
“Facebook profiles                                       are like belly                                         buttons:  ...
“1 in 13 people on Earth are          active Facebookusers.”-      www.onlineschools.orgPhoto credit: Jamey Howard-Flickr
More than 100 million active users  access Facebook through their mobile            devices-                    Mark Donov...
People using Facebook on mobile devices are twice as more activethan non-mobile users-      Mark Donovan, Comscore        ...
48% of 18-34 year olds check Facebook rightwhen they wake up…-www.onlineschools.org                                  Photo...
Creating social networks in a virtual world are now moreimportant to us than spending physical time with friendsPhoto cred...
Spectrum of online friendship: whether it’s passive   interestin reading your blogs or having an   investment in you bycar...
But before we connect, how do I find                   you?Photo credit: Greenwich Letterpress-Flickr
That cute guy in                                      the fourth row of                                      English class...
Whether it’s to  friends or family,  how often do we  use our phone to  call someone?Photo credit: Arabarra-Flickr
Would we rather tweet to the virtual world                     instead?Photo credit: carloszardoya-Flickr
It seems                                as though                                  we use                                 ...
Emailing has never been easier, thanks to     handhelds such as BlackBerrys.Photo credit: carloszardoya-Flickr
Why call when you can text? It’s faster,        easier and more convenient.Photo quote: One Gentleman- Flickr
How do you choose your               friends?Photo credit: tdub303-Flickr
Do you                                          spend                                         most of                     ...
Created by Ishita BiswasPhoto credit: ngairenaran- Flickr                                 Posted May 20, 2011
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HOW DO YOU CHOOSE YOUR FRIENDS?

  1. 1. Once upon a time, we were friends with school mates and neighborsPhoto credit: {leah}-Flickr
  2. 2. Or the girl next doorPhoto credit: {leah}-Flickr
  3. 3. We used to play board gamesPhoto credit: frozenchipmunk-Flickr
  4. 4. Or playoutside and dance in the rainPhoto credit: HanaS.-Flickr
  5. 5. We were awed by the simplicityPhoto credit: Mugley-Flickr of life
  6. 6. We were once fascinated by things we could touch, feel and explore.Photo credit: LauraDeu-Flickr
  7. 7. But now, time has changedPhoto credit: FarhadFarhad-Flickr
  8. 8. “57% of people talk to people more online, than they do in real life”- www.onlineschools.orgPhoto credit: tia_maria-Flickr
  9. 9. “Facebook profiles are like belly buttons: Everybody’s got one”- Jolie O’Dell, www.mashable.comPhoto credit: Jay Harrison-Flickr Photo credit: mmotrafficde4-Flickr
  10. 10. “1 in 13 people on Earth are active Facebookusers.”- www.onlineschools.orgPhoto credit: Jamey Howard-Flickr
  11. 11. More than 100 million active users access Facebook through their mobile devices- Mark Donovan, ComscorePhoto credit: Rakan Al-Hamrani-Flickr
  12. 12. People using Facebook on mobile devices are twice as more activethan non-mobile users- Mark Donovan, Comscore Photo credit: carloszardoya-Flickr
  13. 13. 48% of 18-34 year olds check Facebook rightwhen they wake up…-www.onlineschools.org Photo credit: Alex Bramwell-Flickr
  14. 14. Creating social networks in a virtual world are now moreimportant to us than spending physical time with friendsPhoto credit: carloszardoya-Flickr
  15. 15. Spectrum of online friendship: whether it’s passive interestin reading your blogs or having an investment in you bycaring about your success- we are connected.Photo credit: designsbykari-Flickr
  16. 16. But before we connect, how do I find you?Photo credit: Greenwich Letterpress-Flickr
  17. 17. That cute guy in the fourth row of English class that you’ve never spoken to? We’re friends now, virtually that is.Photo credit: macallee.king- Flickr
  18. 18. Whether it’s to friends or family, how often do we use our phone to call someone?Photo credit: Arabarra-Flickr
  19. 19. Would we rather tweet to the virtual world instead?Photo credit: carloszardoya-Flickr
  20. 20. It seems as though we use our phones for everything EXCEPT calling.Photo credit: miriness-Flickr
  21. 21. Emailing has never been easier, thanks to handhelds such as BlackBerrys.Photo credit: carloszardoya-Flickr
  22. 22. Why call when you can text? It’s faster, easier and more convenient.Photo quote: One Gentleman- Flickr
  23. 23. How do you choose your friends?Photo credit: tdub303-Flickr
  24. 24. Do you spend most of your time in the virtual or the realPhoto credit: completelyknown- Flickr world?
  25. 25. Created by Ishita BiswasPhoto credit: ngairenaran- Flickr Posted May 20, 2011
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