When they look up from posting to their blogs or browsing the Internet, the social media savvy are more likely than the un-savvy to share their stuff, help someone with directions, or give up a seat on the bus.”

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    yes, i’m nice
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    Booyah!!
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    Awww, finally something positive about being a social media user.. :))
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    I can think of way too many exceptions that it’s not even funny. I wish they had published the margin of error, just for...
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    So true. So obvs. Right? You should say yes, cause that means you are here and super nice too. We can validate each...
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