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by Evelyn Beck On a recent trip chaperoning my college’s honor society, I asked some of the younger students about MySpace, which recently surpassed eBay to become one of the most popular places on the Web. An astonishing 26.7 million users pointed their browsers to www.myspace.com in November 2005, quintupling the number a year earlier. The students I talked to are among that number, and they admitted spending about two hours a day on the site. “Two hours?” I asked. “Doing what?” Students face such a time crush; are they really giving up two hours a day of their limited time to a website? Yes, they are. And what […]
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