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We Are Spending More Time on Facebook than Ever but Are Less Happy

We Are Spending More Time on Facebook than Ever but Are Less Happy

From the New York Times:

The average time that users spend on Facebook is nearing an hour. That's more than any other leisure activity surveyed by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with the exception of watching television programs and movies (an average ...

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