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Making Connections: the Magic of New-Media

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Amanda Potts

on 22 September 2012

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Transcript of Making Connections: the Magic of New-Media

Facebook at its Finest Making Connections With the new age of technology that we are surrounded by, many of our connections are made online. Social networking sites like Facebook allow us to keep in touch with friends and family all over the world at anytime. Connectivity How many Facebookers does it take to make a connection? Connections on FB range from.... Family Friends Those at home... Those in other cities... Or even other countries... And then there's the mere acquaintances (those we friend because we feel obligated to) Though FB is extremely convenient for so called "Facebook stalking," it was intended for much more. It was originally created to be a site where college students could collaborate on assignments and so forth (much like our DMA class now), but over time, it manifested into a place for everyday online interactions. Has Facebook simply become a jungle for stalking?? These interactions might be professional, romantic, friendly, or maybe even something as simple as liking a funny status or photo someone has uploaded. Facebook has also become a place for business interactions. Personally (as a dancer) I have found so many connections to people that are associated with the dance world and many are excellent references as well as good friends. Any way you look at it, Facebook was meant to connect people in every way imaginable. As society grows, so grows the network, and as the network grows, so grow the connections. Whether friendly, romantic, or business related, connections on Facebook will continue to multiply exponentially. We can only wait to see what the future holds. And that.... Is the Magic of Facebook Kinda cool, huh?
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