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http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/many...--abc-news.html
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For the average narcissist, Facebook is tool that may promote anti-social behavior.

Facebook "offers a gateway for hundreds of shallow relationships and emotionally detached communication," according to study by Western Illinois University professor Christopher Carpenter.


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Social media sites, particularly Facebook and Twitter, have long been criticized for being vehicles for meaningless relationships, and have recently been mentioned in connection with making bullying easier and more pervasive.


I wonder, when somebody will publish a similar study on wikipedia. Surely bullying on wikipedia is much worse than bullying on twitter and facebook combined.

Wikipedia could really easy destroy a person's life. For example, an university student becomes addicted to editing wikipedia. He's spending more and more time on wikipedia while falling more and more behind in his studies. He is kicked off the university, with no money and no feature. All he has left is wikipedia and a few wikilove barnstars at his user page.

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