Social Networking

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1. Summary of “Five clues that you are addicted to Facebook”:
The text is written by Elizabeth Cohen. The text is about how people use more time on Facebook than on social activities. Newton has a daughter on 12 years old. Newton cannot help her daughter with the homework, because she spends too much time on Facebook. Another example is Paula Pile, who is a therapist. Paula has three clients with different Facebook issues. That conclude that Facebook leads people from the real world into the network world, because people enjoy more time on Facebook than in real life. Newton checks her Facebook-site many times in a day, for social updates about her friends, she checks Facebook everywhere at work and home. Facebook can give people a wrong
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In the third text “Social networking benefits validated”, tell us about that social network is a very important thing and it has some useful skills in the people´s future. We hear about how the new digital world open many doors and gives the individual people many different opportunities.

As we see in the different texts, social network has a problem. The problem is how we are going to use the social network in a right and normal way.

3. Comment to the statement from text 3:
I agree with Mizuko Itos words about it is a good way for young people to pick up the technical and social skills they need to be competent citizens in the digital age, because a lot of people can easier get to known each other. It is easier for people to learn unknown culture, religion, traditions and language. I think we can learn many things, we easily can use in a smart way, from different races of humanity. In another way, it can be very dangerous to be active in social networks, because hackers and bad people in world easier can get into your computer with a virus or a malware.

4. Discussion for the blog NetworkingOnline:
Can you trust him even though, he says, he is your friend?

One of my friends was sitting on his computer, while he was chatting on Facebook with one of his friends. Suddenly a message from another of his friends popped up. My friend thought; “it must be that homework he said he will sent me later after school” so he opened the

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