Social Media and Regression to Childhood

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Using social media brings back fond and not-so-fond childhood jargon and memories. “Be my friend!” “Like me!” “Follow me!” “Tag me!” “I don’t like you anymore – I’ve just unfriended you!” Adults now sound like children on a playground. What happened to social interaction in person? Will keyboards become permanently attached to our appendages?

Will we be a people that reside in acronyms? LOL! OMG – what did I just write?

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