For today’s teens, Facebook may be old hat. They’re racing to check out new social media sites, according to a study by Pew and Harvard. Meanwhile, they’re spending less time on Facebook to avoid their parents and “other adults”—not to mention the curse of TMI (too much information).
The new darlings? Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr. Almost 25% of teens now use Twitter.
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