Are My Friends Really My Friends? - The New York Times


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“You’ve got enough friends, a new one is bad for you,” says a petulant character named Max in “ Kicking and Screaming ,” Noah Baumbach’s 1995 cult movie, when a…
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Are My Friends Really My Friends? - The New York Times
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may 2018 by dr3wster
The quantity of human interactions has increased, but the quality is arguably diminished. The two-decade-old reference may feel dated, but consider the period the film was set in and the ways its characters interact. Landline conversations are routine. via Pocket
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may 2018 by archizoo
The quantity of human interactions has increased, but the quality is arguably diminished. The two-decade-old reference may feel dated, but consider the period the film was set in and the ways its characters interact. Landline conversations are routine. via Pocket
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“You’ve got enough friends, a new one is bad for you,” says a petulant character named Max in “ Kicking and Screaming ,” Noah Baumbach’s 1995 cult movie, when a…
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may 2018 by leftyotter
The result, then, can be a glut of old acquaintances that are not as easily forgotten online and which therefore stifle the development of newer, in-person friendships.
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may 2018 by noodlepie
A cogent and compelling argument that takes a balanced approach to the modern "friendship," while giving a warning for the younger generation.
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may 2018 by KyleEssary
The quantity of human interactions has increased, but the quality is arguably diminished.
may 2018 by creditcardnumber
There are physiological benefits to face-to-face encounters, however, that do not accrue to digital interactions or the phone. “Your blood pressure goes down, you have synchrony, you mimic your friend’s posture unconsciously,” Ms. Flora said. “It’s a rapport humans have developed over thousands of years, and you don’t get that when you only follow someone on social media.” (Skype et al. can be comparable, though, Dr. Dunbar observed.)
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may 2018 by metamurks
“You’ve got enough friends, a new one is bad for you,” says a petulant character named Max in “Kicking and Screaming,” Noah Baumbach’s 1995 cult movie, when a member of his post-collegiate quadrumvirate attempts to introduce a fifth guy. “You start spreading your affection around and it runs thin, believe me.”

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