As places to exchange ideas today, book groups, political rallies, and private clubs seem quaint. But engaging discussions and lively debates haven't disappeared, they've just shifted venues to Web-based social networks.
Social networks—Internet sites that help you connect with others—have captured the attention of millions of people. Facebook, Twitter, AARP.org, and other such sites make it easy to stay in touch with old friends, classmates, and colleagues, and also let you develop new friendships, host special-interest groups, and chat with people who share your enthusiasm for anything from politics to belly dancing. … Back to Article
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