One of the reasons I dislike making phone calls is the unnecessary banter they necessitate.
You can’t just say what you want to say and then hang up. Instead, you have to swap pleasantries before saying what you want to say, and then swap more pleasantries before the conversation comes to a natural conclusion.
Users can submit their own ideas for poll questions, but these are reviewed by the developer before being added to the question pool.
It also accesses users' phone contact lists and location to help them identify the school they attend.
When a user gets chosen as a response to a question, that user can reply to the person who chose them.
Because there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to the effect social networks are having on us all in this day and age.
It has never been easier to make friends than it is right now.
But social networking sites offer a chance to communicate in a speedy and efficient manner.
Writing an update for Twitter takes all of 20 seconds, and with cross-posting to other social networks switched on, that update reaches everyone you want it to reach (and probably more besides) in an instant.
Social networking sites allow you to live a life unhindered by small talk.
It isn’t just your inner circle of close friends and even closer family members that social networking sites allow you to communicate with easily and effectively.
Friends you haven’t seen since school, and who have since moved away, are able to keep in touch.