Is technology helping/hurting friendships?

June 26, 2006 at 6:47 pm Leave a comment

Ben has a good post that talks about friendship.  He makes some very good points about mutual investment in the friendship. He also linked to this
USA today article,
25% of Americans have no one to confide in.  This article made me stop and think and it makes me go back to this post.  I have to confess, I’m not the tech junkie some others are, but I do find myself at the computer quite a bit.  The article also mentions social networking as a possible remedy.  Are the kids onto something with all the tech stuff they are involved in, or will it hurt their ability to make friendships in the future?  (note: a related post). 

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