Which came first? The unfriend or the unfriending?
This is the disturbingly scientific thought that wracks my sinews on hearing of a devastating piece of research performed by the University of Colorado Denver.
You might have thought that the virtual world is just that, that Facebook is merely a collection of make-believe friends who make believe that they're interesting -- and interested in you.
This research insists that if someone unfriends you on Facebook, it alters your behavior -- yes, your real-world behavior.
A fulsome and neurotic 40 percent of people admitted that if someone defriended them … Read more