If you are one of the 15 percent of users who have more than 500 friends, you could be jeopardizing your nearest and dearest relationships for ultimately unimportant online kudos.
Maria Konnikova was the first to raise the point while writing for the New Yorker: “With social media, we can easily keep up with the lives and interests of far more than a hundred and fifty people.
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I joined in September 2009, simply to meet someone special.
After I spotted David's profile on the site, I decided to get in contact.
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It’s called “Dunbar’s Number” after the Oxford University anthropologist who discovered the phenomenon.
He claims that any number beyond that starts to “strain the cognitive capacity of the human brain”.
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But without investing the face-to-face time, we lack deeper connections to them, and the time we invest in superficial relationships comes at the expense of more profound ones.” Dunbar supports her claim.