November 9, 2012

How the Internet Could Make Sleeping More Social

Parmy Olson, Forbes


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The Internet is a vastly more social place than it was a decade ago, with text and images on networks like Facebook creating new levels of interaction. Some time in the future, though, you may not have to be awake to connect to friends online – you could say “hello,” even play games, while dreaming.

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