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February 20, 2009

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Well, isn't this pic illustrating his point? I mean, it's a family "together" in one room, but not really talking to each other...

I agree that the pic above illustrates the point.
I understand the author's point of view, but I don't think connecting and interacting with people over the internet is as fulfilling as talking with someone in person. I'm a very social person and I do use facebook regularly, but for me it just isn't enough to interact with others through the internet.

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