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January 15, 2012


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Staci Burruel

In a way, social media sites have also changed how our minds are working. The overload of information can be worrisome, and that information can end up being taken for granted. But, if the most influential sites value relationships more than marketing gimmicks, then these sites will have more meaning.

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