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May 01, 2011

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Annie

I myself am attached to my gadgets yet I remember not too long ago being free of all the electronic stuff and staying connected. I hate feeling compelled to check email etc.. on my phone all the time. It is nice to unplug and I thing we have to sometimes and really enjoy a little freedom. They do allow us to do are job in numerous locations and doctors have special apps on iphones now. There are pluses and minuses.

Elisa Camahort Page

Well, it's funny you should ask. We asked questions around this very topic as part of our fourth annual study of women and social media. And the overwhelming response was that technology and social media have a positive impact on our lives. For one very dominant reason: It helps us stay more connected with more of the people we care about.

You can check it out here:
http://www.blogher.com/2011-social-media-matter-study-everyone-early-adopterare-you

Funny you should mention that Cougar Town episode. I don't watch it, but my sister does, and just yesterday she was telling me how hilarious that episode was, and that you could really go follow the Twitter stream, and they kept it going, and it was incredibly entertaining (which, by the way, seems to be the primary purpose Twitter serves for the general population of users.)

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