Social Networking

A bit of silliness in the last post reminded me of some silliness yesterday.

In the post I noted that I could observe reactions "real time;" of course, I cannot do anything of the sort.

Yesterday someone presented some information about a "social networking" piece of reading software.  When I stopped and considered, I commented, "Ironic that we call it social networking, when mostly it is a way for people to sit in their basements and never meet anyone at all."  Perhaps it should be called anti-social networking.


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