Many social sites such as Facebook, Twitter and MySpace explode in recent years. Nowadays it is hard to believe that these sites did not exist in 2003 either. In modern times, so much has changed on the Internet. The entertaining tools of entertainment are bigger than before and I personally do not understand that someone will ever be bored!
The debate highlights how these social networks affect our health. Many have created new friends, or even special companions have met on these social networking sites. Some studies suggest that Facebook or Twitter may indeed be harmful to social health. Instead of meeting people personally, we spend more time on our computer screen and look at the latest information about John. I do not really see anyone really interested when John goes to the bathroom or dine. Some famous celebrities are using Twitter and are constantly being used. As far as I'm concerned, I do not have a Twitter account because there are stupid ideas behind the site. I do not really want people to know what I'm doing all day.
There are other people who would argue that community sites are great for society. With these sites, we can keep up with our college friends, which we have not seen in twenty years. We can keep up with Keith dating this week and where Mary parties are on the weekend. We have no more questions about whether Johnny broke up with Sally. If Johnny and Sally break up, just look at their relationship status on their Facebook profile. This allows us to gossip for Johnny and Sally without strenghtening Johnny or Sally from their tragic break-up.
There are many other great benefits on social networking sites. We need to learn how to handle their time to moderately use these sites. There is nothing worse than the person who needs to change the Twitter status six times a day and most people are less interested in algebra testing.