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A new social media revolution?

The technology revolution that began a decade ago is now shifting how people engage in social media.

The shift has a lot to do with the way people are spending their time, and it’s also having a huge impact on how we interact with each other.

Here’s how it all plays out.

For the first time, we have new ways to find each other and connect with others, according to a new study from The Washington Post and the Pew Research Center.

The study found that Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube were among the most popular social media platforms for news consumers, and that more than half of all Americans used one of them in the past year.

The study looked at the average number of people who shared news stories across each platform in the U.S. in 2016.

The numbers show that the number of news stories shared by Americans doubled from 2016 to 2017.

Pew said that the study also showed that the percentage of people using each platform increased from 2015 to 2016.

That’s because the digital platforms are becoming a lot more popular in 2016 as people have more choice and access to information.

But it’s a shift that is not limited to news consumption.

More than one in five Americans use social media to find news, the study found.

That’s a big change from a decade earlier, when nearly a quarter of Americans didn’t have access to news.

“We have a lot of options now to find our friends and share our news with them, and the options are getting bigger,” said Amy S. Greenberg, the director of Pew Research’s Social & Demographic Trends Project.

“But it’s not just the news we’re sharing.

There’s also a lot going on in our personal lives, too.”

Pew found that Americans were more likely to use Twitter and Facebook in the first two months of 2016 than in the years before that.

The reason is because the platforms are more easily accessible to users, and those users are less likely to stay in touch with friends.

But Facebook is now being more used in ways that make it more of a personal tool.

For instance, Facebook allows users to tag friends and family members, so people can find each others’ information.

Facebook also has a photo sharing feature that allows people to share photos of themselves and friends.

And there are new ways for people to connect with friends and see the content of other people’s posts.

“Social media has become a great tool for friends to connect,” Greenberg said.

“And then people can share their own content with their friends.”

There’s more to this storyThere’s a lot happening behind the scenes to create a more connected society, Greenberg said, but she said the trend is not confined to the news.

People are also sharing their daily lives, like shopping and cooking.

The Pew study found the percentage people sharing news stories increased by nearly 10 percent in the four months between 2016 and 2017, as people were more active in their social networks.

But Greenberg said that more news is not necessarily the best news.

The data is telling us that people are using Facebook and Twitter for more than just news, she said.

And that means that we’re not seeing the full story of what is really happening in the news world.

“There is a lot about the news media that is being done through the prism of Facebook, that is still not telling the full picture,” Greenberg added.

For instance, there’s a lack of information about who is sharing what with whom, and how people are getting the information.

For example, when it comes to stories of police brutality, there are very few details on who is actually getting arrested, or whether the person is charged.

“So we are missing out on all the opportunities to connect people,” Greenberg noted.

In addition, Greenberg noted that people tend to use social networks to share pictures of their own and to get updates about things like holidays and births.

In the past, these things have been easy to share with friends, and they’ve helped make people feel more connected.

But now, Greenberg argued, social networks are becoming more like a business and that can make people less willing to share their personal information and get the updates they need from others.

“This isn’t news to most of us,” Greenberg explained.

“People are sharing photos and updates, but they are not getting information from each other or from the news about their own life or the life of their friends or relatives.”

Predictably, social media companies are trying to change how people interact with one another.

Facebook recently announced it is building a platform to help people learn about news and current events.

It has a “story” section, which shows users the latest news stories, the people who are behind them, who are writing the stories and how many people have liked the stories.

And the company is also working on a new “curated news” section.

In response to the Pew study, Facebook announced in December that it would begin offering users in-person chats, called “cur

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