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Connected Kids Talk to Many at Once

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Connected Kids Talk to Many at Once

Connected Kids Talk to Many at Once

Connected Kids Talk to Many at Once

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The E-Mail Age

NPR looks at the e-mail assault and how to fight back.

Beyond e-mail, there are ever more ways to connect and communicate: text messages, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, IM and, for the old fashioned, phone calls. Help! How many connections can one person manage? How do people decide what is the best way to keep in touch?

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