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The Pros and Cons of Social Networking
Transcript of The Pros and Cons of Social Networking
Amount of time spent on sites
Affects our jobs
Internet Addiction Positive Effects Fast and easy communication
Start of new friendships
Helps reunite with old/distant friends
A way to evangelize Created by Mark Zuckerburg. In 2004 Founded by Jack Dorsey 2006 2006 A great Benefit If used in the right way A good way to stay connected with friends! Keep in touch Stay Updated Add new friends However, _____________ They are not a good way to develop genuinely, true friends. Good for gathering hundreds of acquaintances. But face to face communication is nearly always necessary to form truly close friendships. Relationships Start a new friendship. Observe what he or she is like. Find out about their beliefs and views in life. Be careful _________ We have no way of determining if someone is telling the truth or not. What builds relationships ? Texting Over a 1000 Acronyms!!! I fld m trm ppr b cuz i used 2 mny abrvs. Our Jobs. Stupid Comments Dont make Checking Facebook Are you ? Call me addicted ?!? Boy I oughta...! 53.5 Billion minutes America has spent over Is Social Networking good or bad? M O D E R A T I O N “All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful, but I will not be brought under the power of any.” 1 Corinthians 6:12 The End