Twitter's Ghost In The Machine
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By David Derbyshire Updated: 01:59 GMT, 3 June 2009 A constant stream of electronic 'junk' is damaging people's ability to think compassionately, scientists say. The deluge of information from 24-hour news, mobile phones, emails and social networking sites such as Twitter moves too fast for the brain's 'moral compass' to process, two studies suggest. Twitter, where people post short updates about their lives for friends to view, has soared in popularity thanks to celebrity users such as Stephen Fry and Jonathan Ross. It has about 10million patrons worldwide. People are becoming so over-loaded with technology and social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook, that they are losing the ability to think compassionately, research reveals How the Twitter age of rolling information has 'robbed fans
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