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It’s not the tool’s fault

Social networks amplify our personalities, and allow us to connect with far more people.  Whether you’re prone to illegal/questionable things or positive/helpful practices, social networks simply makes it easier for you to either.

Using Facebook (for example) you can cheat on your wife or find an organ donor, in the same way you can use a hammer to bash your neighbor or build an orphanage.

It’s worth asking ourselves how we use each tool.

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