Issue 11, 1 June 2007
The stigma attached to online socialising is dissolving. The 70 million residents of MySpace aged 30 or under, the 95% of American college students who use Facebook to co-ordinate their social activities, and the one in eight American couples who get married after having met online indicate that the lines between real world relationships and Internet connections are blurring. It’s time to forget what you thought you knew
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