How Facebook’s faring with teens

How Facebook’s faring with teens

Ellis Hamburger’s article brings up some good points but, even among teens, Facebook’s not going to die any time soon. In my circle of friends (if you’ll pardon the pun) almost everyone uses Facebook. Some see it more of a religion than others, but I can only think of a tiny handful of people who don’t at least have a profile. If you don’t have a Facebook account, you are considered weird. Nobody has an interest in Google+, Myspace or any other outside competitor, although I am aware of a few Tumblr users and (gradually) the numbers of people on Twitter are growing – and bringing way too many hashtags with them. 

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Author: Xavier Voigt-Hill

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