Sam Davyson


Study suggests the number of friends people can maintain is not increased by social networks 25/01/10 - 15.10

We may be able to amass 5,000 friends on Facebook but humans’ brains are capable of managing a maximum of only 150 friendships, a study has found.

This comes at no great surprise to anyone. You may begin to ask why is it that you are willing to share so much information with up to 3,500 people you aren’t really friends with?