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Deconstructing the Internet paradox

Ubiquity, Volume 2000 Issue April, April 1 - April 30, 2000 | BY Joseph M. Newcomer 


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Hey, guy from the future here. Do you guys still think the Internet does/does not cause depression and/or loneliness? I'm curious as to how your ideas on the Internet have evolved over time.

��� Chester Qwerty, Wed, 13 Nov 2019 03:30:45 UTC

If this is really true that the internet can lead to the increase of depression and loneliness then we should really observe our time spent on internet. We should really take time to go out and breathe the fresh air and relax with nature. Let us not trap ourselves in our four wall house and sink ourselves to internet. Lets watch our health.

��� em garret, Wed, 02 Nov 2011 13:23:11 UTC

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