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Then you read this letter by Emily Bracken posted on Medium and reposted on Huff Po. I’m around the corner, down the street, on Facebook, in your office, at our local coffee shop, a complete stranger. In the meantime, which of the things on Emily’s list will you admit to?
But I got the feeling that you were beginning to think I didn’t exist. And I wanted to let you know that while I might be as elusive as a unicorn grazing in a field of four-leaf clovers, I’m close. Have a great weekend and come back on Monday for a juicy reader question from a woman who is ready to toss in the towel on men.
In 2005, 6% of African-Americans, 7% of whites and 10% of Hispanics used social networking sites.
Starting in 2009, women started using social media at slightly higher rates than men, although this balance has shrunk yet again in recent years.
Today, 90% of young adults use social media, compared with 12% in 2005, a 78-percentage point increase.