Social Media Revolution

What are you thoughts? Reactions? What, if anything, do you think these statistics mean for educators and students?  Do you think social media represents a real, significant, and/or fundamental shift in society?

Please share your thoughts in a paragraph of 8-12 sentences.

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48 comments on “Social Media Revolution

  1. grifreaper says:

    I think that the video provided some good statistics about social media. I think that its become less of a fadd, and more a revoulion. I think that it will affect how students learn and how educators teach. I think that there is a shift that is occuring, and if your not in the shift, you’ll end up being left behind. Teachers will have to learn to use more types of social media to teach students as it evolves. Students will have to learn to use social media, and other aspects of thhe change to learn in the modern world. All in all, there is a change occuring, and its important to be invovled with it. Those are just my thoughts over it and its more or less an opinion. From Luke P.

  2. Joy Hudson says:

    Well since our generation has kinda grown up using social media since elementry, I’m not too surprised or opposed. I think that for educators and students, this means that if they’re not already up to date with the new media, they’ll have to learn it soon or be left behind by society. I think that this is a big shift for the way our society’s been doing things, but only a minor shift for those of us who have grown up around the social technology.

  3. clairepost says:

    My thoughts on the video are that the changes are occurring, and no one can change what is happening. Therefore, why not get with the changes? I think that these statics mean that the world is changing, and if social media provides the classroom with a higher level of education; then everyone should consider using it. I think that social media represents a significant shift in society. The numbers of people that are on the various media sites are outrageous. These tools can make the classroom more fun. Also, they might benefit everyone in the end.

  4. nolanwilliamson says:

    I don’t think social media is a fad. I think it will stick around for a long time, but I Doubt it will make any major changes in the country and it’s people. I do think it will be implemented into education and used for a very long time before becoming outdated, but that being said, it is going to take a long time to get social media into education smoothly.

  5. Joe says:

    I have mixed feelings about the video. I really liked the information it gave, but it also made me realize how much we are dependent on the internet. I was kind of shocked to see some of the statistics that the movie had. It only took nine months for Facebook to hit 50 million users, and to me that pretty insane. I think it means that teachers are going to have to start using social media in the class room. And for us students we have to stay up with and in the social media network. I do think this new social media represent a shift in society. The movie shows us how real this shift is and how it’s going to affect our lives.

    • kelliespann says:

      I feel the exact same way. It made me realize how dependent we are on the internet too, and made me wonder what the future will be like if we keep getting so addicted to it. But also what the future would be like if we didnt have the internet??

  6. redcap911 says:

    I don’t think social media is a fad. It is a constantly growing resource for everyone to use. The Video has said that Wikipedia is more accurate then Encyclopedia Britannica. It is a shift in our way of gathering information. Constantly, the rate of growth in social media is getting larger and larger by the day. Social media has more information then we can fit into 100 textbooks. People are also more likely to trust there friends opinions then many major businesses. the world is shifting over to computerized ways. Social media is the biggest shift on this planet, possibly bigger then the industrial revolution.

    -Robbie Young

  7. Perry Holobach says:

    I think the video was a great visual learning tool. I think being able to see the statistics in a fun transitional way really helped paint a picture of how important social media really is. I think the video was kind of designed for students because it had interesting music and relayed the facts in a clear and sophisticated manner. I think these statistics mean social media tools are vital to school and to students; the numbers kind of give support to the idea of Facebook or other social tools in class. And it gives the students a good argument to have them in class.
    I think social media represents a significant shift in society.

  8. lindysmith10 says:

    Wow! What an excellent video of Social Media! So many facts, so much information, so interesting! This video was a great way of showing me, my fellow classmates, and teachers how our world is evolving into a huge Social Media Network! All the statistics that the video gave us was so true and so powerful because Social Media IS changing our world. Now students and teachers will be able to stay connected with one another all the time! It will help students learn in many different ways and get help whenever they are in need. I really do think Social Media is going to create and IS creating a shift in our society–online dating, finding new friends, buying products, watching TV all on the Internet! Social Media is no “fad”…its life!

  9. rachelhester23 says:

    The video opened my eyes to see just how many people are on social networks and how popular technology is becoming today! It is surprising how many different social programs are out there for people to involve themselves with. These statistics are suggesting that these types of websites are becoming more and more popular. Teachers are now seeing them as a way to broaden the horizon of education and to have great resources. When used apropriately, social media can be used as a fundamental and advantagous shift in society. These open the doors to many opportunities of learning. I think that social media can serve as a valuable source to students and teachers everywhere in their task to learn.

  10. Emily Slater says:

    I think it’s a bit scary that social media takes up so much of my generation’s life. For technophobes, like myself, this means doom. I don’t like the idea of using social media in school. Not only would it be weird knowing that your teachers can see your personal information, it would be extremely distracting. I can barely focus on education on the blocked computers, if I had access to an unblocked computer I wouldn’t get any work done. Technology has sort of become a crutch teachers use to teach. Don’t have a lesson plan? No problem, just download a PowerPoint or video and let the class watch that. When used sparingly, it can be a good thing but after a while it just gets boring. Another thing about the video is when it said that 1/8 of married couples met on Facebook, it doesn’t really reassure me that it’s a good thing. The divorce rate now is higher than ever. Maybe I’m just old fashioned, but I like seeing people and interacting with them face to face rather than seeing them on a screen. That’s just my opinion though.

  11. morgancantrell says:

    I thought that the video was very informative and taught me many things about social media; however, I feel as if the world of social media is getting way out of hand. Ever since I was in elementary school at Free Home, the school systems have used social media more and more every year. Whether this will eventually change the way we learn, I do not know, but I believe that social media and the worry of learning how to use it complicates the way we learn and think. Many teachers can not grasp the teaching methods that comes along with social media, and it is hard for students to suddenly change the way they learn as well. Whenever I log into my Gmail account or my Yahoo, I am tempted to reply to emails. Although this gives me some enjoyment throughout the day, it distracts me from what is going on in the classroom. If Facebook is eventually approved by the board of education to have in our classrooms, everyone will be too preoccupied to pay attention. Another thing to think about is that parents may not want their child to have a Facebook or Twitter account. Moms and Dads may try to keep their child as innocent as possible, and they would not feel too comfortable with their child having a Facebook at school. I believe that the way we learn and teach should stay old fashioned and traditional because that’s the way we were raised, and it should not change because of socila media.

  12. kelliespann says:

    I think it was a very creative video that had a lot of truth to it. I agree with the video; I think that social media is not a fad, but instead, a great tool of communication for our generation..teacher-student communication, student-student communication, family-communication, easy way to keep in touch with friends, etc. I think it would be a great resource to use in our schools. As our schools become more advanced-whereas 50 years ago, what we learn in high school right now was being taught in college-I think that our way of communication and organization should advance as well. If we used social media in schools, it would be an easy way to share ideas not just with the students and classmates of each school, but also to share ideas with students across the country as well. Social media would be a great way to connect americans into one big functioning netowrk so that we could all work together. It would also be a great way to stay up-to-date with everything…if it werent for Twitter, Youtube, or any other social network, I’m sure America would not have known about the issues in Iran. Twitter brought America and other countries together, and we all worked together to try to find a resolve. The same thing would happen in schools across the country if we were able to use social media in schools. Yes, I think social media represents a significant shift in society.

  13. coridulmage says:

    I think that Social Media is a new and a great way of learning. After watching that video I think it proved to everyone that Social Media is not a fraud, it really is educational. It is starting to change our society. Everyone is getting involoved in these popular social networks. As we saw in the video, the numbers and percents of the networks that people have joined in the past year are continuing to get bigger and bigger. The video actually shocked me, I had no idea social media was THAT big. I am glad that it is growing.

  14. Hannah Swanson says:

    I thought the video was extremely interesting and really eye-opening. I definately think the future of comminucation is changing rapidly. One of the statistics on the video was 1 out of 6 students in higher education are enrolled in an online program. I think the way students learn and teachers teach is changing and becoming more advanced and technological. One new way that teachers are expanding their methods is creating podcasts for students to listen to. Saying as how 1 out of 8 couples met last year through an online dating service and 70% of 18 to 34 year olds have watched tv on the internet, I think that society is definately shifting and becoming more accessable and efficent. I especially feel this is true since 100 million people joined Facebook in the first nine months it was created, and if Facebook was a country, it would be the 4th largest in the world. If that many people are using at least one social media website now, then imagine how many people will be using it ten to twenty years from now. Or will there be something even better out there? As the population in the world is expanding, so are the tools we use to keep everything together.

  15. austinphillips says:

    I thought the video was cool and put things into perspective for some people. Although I think that social media is a fad, and like all fad they eventually die down and disappear. I believe that the educators and student will follow social media for a while and go along with everything that is new. Although after that it will start to get boring and the technology thing will become old hat. Then when it starts to get boring people will move onto the next big thing and completely for get about social media and everything that goes with it.

  16. kalisomsen says:

    The video Ms. Hamilton showed us really freaked me out. I thought it was scary that we no longer search for the news, but the news will find us. The statistics were also creepy that the largest age group on Facebook was 55-65. If we use that for education with our school and a creeper finds us, they will know our friends, classmates, school, and teachers. It was interesting however, that social media is the biggest shift since the Industrial Revolution. It is fast growing and may be growing a little too fast. Newspapers are not selling as well as they used to because its cheap and easy to look up news on the Internet. People are losing jobs because of the technology increase, and with the bad economy, this is not good.

  17. Maida Ahmad says:

    The video we watched was very interesting and got me very focused. It was surprising to hear that if Facebook was a country, it would be the fourth largest in the world. It was also surprising to learn that YouTube is the second largest search engine in the world. I had a good reaction towards it because I had no idea how advanced our society was getting. For students, I think it means that school is going to start to get different. Instead of researching a topic in a book, Facebook or Twitter might be used as a resource. For educators, life will get easier. Using Social Networking instead of paper and pencil can be quite exciting and cuts the educators more time. Considering Social media has overtaken porn as the #1 topic on the Internet, Social Media is good for us. Yes, after watching the video and learning all the statistics, I honestly believe that Social Media is really not a fad, but a fundamental way of life.

  18. Nicole Torralba says:

    Social Media has become a revolution. In a blink of an eye, social media has gone from nothing to a way of life. If online students are outperforming students in the classroom, then that says something. This means that teachers should start educating their students about social media and social networking because it could really benefit them in their future. It was really shocking to look at the statistics of all the social media giants because they have such overwhelming numbers. Even as you read this, millions of people are signing up to social media websites such as facebook, myspace, and twitter. It is crazy how just a couple of years ago, the Internet was invented and now the world basically revolves around the world wide web. Social media does represent a fundamental shift in society because everything these days seems to always rely on the Internet. Socialnomics as some people call it, has become the revolution of the century and it will definitely grow bigger and bigger as the years go by. Social media has definitely taken over the world.

  19. Joy Hudson says:

    I think that my classmates are right in that this affects advertisement and the way we buy things. With so many people instantly updating their friends about every little thing through media like twitter, we’ll know if an adversitement is false right away. We can find out which areas give good or poor service without having to have ever been there ourselves. Imagine how this must affect the companies. Now they have to change adversiting tactics and actually follow through with a good product. I think that it’s actually an improvement for our society.

  20. baan10 says:

    I think that social media could be very educating and helpful to the students and educators. With social media, students can help each other, and check out the summaries from other students. From their work, they can recieve ideas and other thoughts. I do believe that social media represents a real, significant, and fundamental shift in our society. Not all households have acces to the internet. Therefore this does not allow them to do work outside of school. Knowing that if facebook was a country it would be the fourth largest in the world, makes me think about how much help social media could be. It could also be helpful without an educator in the classroom.

  21. alexiscargle says:

    I think that social media is not a fad. I also think that social media is a real, fundamental shift in our society. I think that it is pretty cool that if facebook was a counrty it would be the world’s fourth largest. I do not find that surprising since a lot of people are becoming members of facebook. I think that with the growing rate of members for social media, that you should use it in the classroom since so many people enjoy it. Not to long ago, you could not even get on the internet, let alone own a computer. So having so many people join social media websites is an extremely significant shift in our society. Going from no computer to having so many people in the world’s population using the internet daily is a huge change. My reactions to this video were that I found it hard to believe that that many people had joined some type of social media website. However, I think it is interesting that so many people are involved with the interent and that they use it daily. I think with these statistics, teachers are finally recognizing they should become more involved with social media in the classroom.

  22. Sam Markley says:

    The video Ms. Hamilton showed us was very informative. It gave us interesting statistics. For example, if Facebook were a country it would be the 4th largest in the world. Also that the females that get on Facebook are mostly from the age of 55-65. That is kind of creepy, but I guess they are just keeping in touch with old friends. An other thing is that Twitter users mostly use this social media from their cell phones. Another thing that is kind of scary to think about is the fact that the video said that we will not have to find the news, the news will find us. One of the most interesting fact though was that social media is the biggest shift since the Industrial Revolution.

  23. fahrnbauer2 says:

    I think social media is a change that our society is going through. Our world is getting so technologically advanced that social media is no longer just a fad, but a way of living. Everything we do these days revolves around technology. Everyday, people are emailing, blogging, texting, doing video chats, facebooking, ect. I cant believe that in less than 9 months facebook had over 100 million users. Its all by word of mouth that these websites have become such a Phenomenon. 54% of people tweet or blogg daily. Our society has come to the piont were we are completly reliant on social media. We commmunicate, date(1 out every 8 couples met online), plan events, and find jobs through social media.So much of our communication these days are online or over the phone.

  24. halleyr says:

    I think the video was very interesting. It had many cool facts to prove how social media is spread throughout everywhere. Our way of learning and the way we do things are changing; I don’t think we should try to change it. Technology is the future and textbooks are the past. Social media is the new way of staying connected with friends, family, close and from a distance. I like the new way of learning and I hope it stays this way.

  25. Jenee' Pombert says:

    I think there are many interesting facts in the video. And i also think that the video showed appropriate humor while also teaching us a little about how important social media is in our society. I think that if people do not learn how to work all of the new media, then they will have a hard time in society. Especially those who are students, and their teachers ask them to do an assignment on a specific network and they do not know how to work it. I think that eventually teachers will have to do most of their planning, assignments, and grading on a specific network. I think that most of the social media has been a gradual change, but things like Facebook which gained over 90 million users in 9 months did shift the society quite dramatically.

  26. keseric93616 says:

    What are you thoughts? Reactions? What, if anything, do you think these statistics mean for educators and students? Do you think social media represents a real, significant, and/or fundamental shift in society?

    I think that the video was very informative. I learned how fast that social media is expanding and becoming an every day part of life. I was shocked at how many people used social media sites. I think tat thesse statistics show that people are definately interested in the social media and it would be a great way to capture the students attention an hone them in to the education part of learning 2.0. i believe that social media does present a fundamental shift in society, one example is the business’s advertyising on twitter, they mmake millions of dollars off advertisements, and that is a fundamental difference. Social media just brings everyone closer together and makes communication so much easier.

  27. pianohuynh21 says:

    I really liked the video. Most videos aare in forms that make the student not pay attention to it. This video’s format, including word usage and music, attracted to the viewers. The statistics are telling us that the world is rapidly changing and adapting to the effects of social media. It means to us that the board of educations should start allowing the schools use those web 2.0 tools. The world is in a new revolution. Social Media. Its really informative to all of us because of the information it gives you. It amazes at how much the use of it grew so fast! Wikipedia has over 15 million articles. Hulu has more than 800 milllion streamers on their website. Youtube is the second largest search engine in the world. People of the ages 54+ are about 35% of the users on Facebook. It also got over nine million users in less than a year! Ninty percent of the people of the world joined networks. These facts are really important. The schools should start adapt along the people of the world.

  28. clintonicsonic says:

    Clint Brown
    I thought that the video was really interesting. It opened my eyes and showed me some cool facts that i didn’t think. It showed many cool facts to show that social media is spreading throughout the world. I thought that the statistic of 100 million people were on Facebook in nine months. I also thought that the statistic of 1 in 6 students were better educated online. the stat that if Facebook were a country it would be the fourth largest populated country in the world. I think that social media is showing to be a real shift in society and will change how things are done in the future. Social media will show to be a monumental shift in how we do things in society.

  29. pnunnally21 says:

    I really liked the video. It was funny and some very histerical facts that are believable. I dont think social media is a fad. I think it is going to be around for a long time. Actually i think its just starting to get cranked up. It is unbelievable to see how many users facebook has. Its almost rediculous. I never new there were so many and i even have facebook ha. This video really opened my eyes to how much of our country uses this technology. I dont think it will change our society to much. However I do hope we start using it more in school.

  30. allybandemer711 says:

    I was completely blown away. The numbers of members on facebook and the popularity of You Tube are incredible considering they are only a few years old. This means that more and more people are becoming interested in the newest technology. We can’t seem to get away from buying the new and improved versions or getting the best there is. This is good to take into account when thinking about education; the ways of learning have completely changed. I think that this new generation of technology is truely one of the largest shifts in society ever.

  31. zmorgan says:

    I beleived that this video put everything about social media into perspective for me. Before i did not understand that this rapid shift towards social media was that impresive, butv this video showed me aboput how long it took for 50 million people to get radio and TV, while it only took a few months for Facebook to reach 100 Million users!It aso helped me to understand about how much the internet is taking over our everyday lives, and it affects everything thst we do. This video also informed me of how much these socila media websites will affect us in the future, such as when it expained that prosucts and services will no longer have to be found, but instead they will find us through social media. I beleive everything that this video said about social media not being a fad, and i look forward to seeing where it takes us in the future.

  32. smith49694 says:

    I think that social media represents a real shift in society. It has become a major part of the society that we are living in today. If so many people are using it, it definately shows that it’s not just a fad. Fads come and go, but social media is something that had been and will keep going on for a long time. It is very shocking to me however, that so many people are using it,and it is surprising what it has done for many people.One of the things the video mentioned was the fact that 1 of every 8 married couple met by twitter. This was very shocking to me because marriage is a major thing, and the fact that it can be controlled by twitter is very surprising! The new way of learning is definately different and I wish there was a little more class time to get it all, but the idea is pretty Intriguing.

  33. alexarzenshek says:

    My thoughts about that video are very positive, and I think all of the information is true. I think that educators should start to catch up, or you will be left behind. Everyone will be connected through technology and/or social media soon, if not already. Students need to be involved (just like we are now) in all the info that is available on the web. We should take advantage of how many people are on it and all the opinions we can access. I think that socail media is a very real shift in our society, and everyone will be an active member.

  34. jennifershirley13 says:

    This video baffled me! Technology is now the biggest invention since the industrial revolution! Half of our countries national gross comes from apple ipod! It took years for people to boost the use of radio and it took facebook 9 months to have 100 million subscribed users! Also one of the facts on the video was that social media is number one, even before porn which is downloaded everyday. On another note you also have twitter which is huge on the internet, and 80% of twitter posts are updated from phones and other mobile devices. Within Facebook there are 1.5 billion content updates everyday. You tube is now the second largest search engine in the world! Our Country and world is being overrun by social media!

  35. daniellechiavelli says:

    I think that the video was great! It included good statistics about social media. For example, it stated that if Facebook was a country it would be the fourth largest. I think that these statistics mean that educators and students will be doing a lot more over the internet in the near future. It is crazy that technology is advancing so quickly. I think that social media is a big part of our society.It is not just a fad. It is revolution that will change the way we live.

  36. paigeamoss says:

    I think the video was really interesting and crazy, but I believe it. It’s hard and kind of cool to see that it took 38 years for the radio to reach a certain number a people, while it only took 9 months for Facebook. It’s kind of cool how YouTube is the second most popular search engine. I think the world is becoming a small place with all this technology. With all this being said, students are going to grow up into a technological world. It’s best that we are prepared for it. There are over 13 million articles on Wikipedia that could help a student with research. Social media definitely represents a fundamental shift in our society.

  37. euralayus says:

    The transitional use of Social Media is probably one of the most imporant shifts in technology we’ve ever experienced. Billions of people around the world use it daily, and that number is ever- changing. It can only go up at this point. The video we watched is extremely eye-opening. It speaks of that ever-increasing number of social media users. If “Facebook” was a country, it would be the fourth most populous country in the world. That is insane. Social media is probably one of the most popular movements of our time.

  38. Ashley Schellhase says:

    The video really opened my eyes to how important social media has become in society. I was shocked at some of the statistics about how different social medias are taking over. These statistics mean that teachers and students are going to start using social media more often, because it is the way the majority of the world functions. I think this shift in society will be positive. It will be positive because everyone will be using the same way of learning. I enojy this way of learning, and I’m excited to see what the future holds!

    What are you thoughts? Reactions? What, if anything, do you think these statistics mean for educators and students? Do you think social media represents a real, significant, and/or fundamental shift in society?

  39. Rebecca says:

    I thought that the video was really cool. It had a lot of interesting information. The statisitics today are incredible. There have been over 100 million users new to facebook within the last 9 months. Everything is based around technology. Teachers and students are starting to use blogs to communicate and share information. I think social media is a real fundamental shift in society. It it used so much in school now, textbooks are slowly becoming the past. People use technology to stay connected with their friends and family. What happened to just calling them? Also, I learned from the video that 1 out of 8 couples married in the last year met online. It’s amazing how technology and the internet has taken over.

  40. s0m0nt3 says:

    I believe that the video provide sufficient statisitics on the social media shift. I believe that early on, when social media websties first started, it was more of a fadd, but now it has become less of a fadd and more of a revolution. I think in the near future students and teachers will be more dependent on technology and social media to learn and teach. I believe that the shift has either already started, or has come and is still going strong, and for those not willing to accept and “adapt” will be left behind in the world. Teachers will have to learn how to use more types of soical media, and how to apply them in the classrooms. And the students will have to learn how to use social media not just for personal use, but also how to learn in the modern world. This change is happening, or has already happened. And it is important that everyone embrace it. (These are just my thoughts though)

  41. Ashley Schellhase says:

    The video really opened my eyes to how important social media has become in society. I was shocked at some of the statistics about how different social medias are taking over. These statistics mean that teachers and students are going to start using social media more often, because it is the way the majority of the world functions. I think this shift in society will be positive. It will be positive because everyone will be using the same way of learning. I enojy this way of learning, and I’m excited to see what the future holds!

  42. Brittany says:

    I thought this video was great! It shows how social media has affected the world. It has made the world advance beyond belief. I think social media i great for educators and students and helps us learn quicker and easier than ever. Social media and technology has adavnced intelligence and when peple get more intelligent they make better inventions and more money. This helps the world advance more and more every year. Students and educators can keep connected. Social media is the future.

  43. emilylemons says:

    What are you thoughts? Reactions? What, if anything, do you think these statistics mean for educators and students? Do you think social media represents a real, significant, and/or fundamental shift in society?

    Please share your thoughts in a paragraph of 8-12 sentences

    The video was very interesting. It is amazing how many people use facebook, youtube, and other social networking sites. These sites have quickly become some of the biggest in the world. It has only taken them months to have millions of users. I think this means that educators will be using these sites more to teach us students. I like using the techonology more because it shows us how many different opinions there are and lets us see them. I think that this is a real shift in society, so many people are using these sites that it is changing how we learn, communicate, and share things about ourselves. This shift is one of the biggest shifts in society, in history. I think that learning through social nteworking sites is a good idea because of how much we can learn from them.

  44. Brittany says:

    I thought this video was great! It shows how social media has affected the world. It has made the world advance beyond belief. I think social media is great for educators and students and helps us learn quicker and easier than ever. Social media and technology has adavnced intelligence and when peple get more intelligent they make better inventions and more money. This helps the world advance more and more every year. Students and educators can keep connected. Social media is the future.

  45. liteachey says:

    Personally, I thought that there were an overwhelming number of facts in this video. It really makes you think about what the world does in there free time. In particular I thought the fact about Facebook have the fourth highest population in the world compared to countries was insane. It is even more insane that it did it in such a short time frame. However, I did not find it suprising that a Chinese social network had more members. It made sense due to the fact that China is the most populated country in the world.
    Despite all these people joining social networks, I doubt it will be a short time before they are accepted in schools. Social netwroks are to personal for students to want to share them with teachers and other administrators. However, I do think it will become a major part of world communication. A huge part of the world already used them, so why not?

  46. brkspann says:

    This was a very powerful and passionate video. It really makes you think about how much and how often we people rely on and use social media, and how fast our population is capable of spreading the lastest technology all the time. I think those statistice mean that the latest technologies and social networks WILL be spread in less time than expected, because thats just what pur population does: we spread ideas and cultures and religions and technologies. And students and teachers can be especially relied on to spread and use these new technologies, since most schools are always trying to be updated with and represented by the latest technology and social networks. At this point, social media does represent a significant shift in society, because not even computers or tv’s existed in the beginning of just the last two generations. In just a generation or two since them, we now have, not only tv’s and cameras, but color tv’s and cameras, and we have computers with more than enough variety of social netowrks like facebook, myspace, etc; we have cell phones, texting, twittering and other means quick of communication. In a few decades or so, social media will not represent such a big shift in society as it does now, because it will have been out for a long while. But, right now, we are right on the cusp of this new technology-based generation.

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