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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Kariann Goldschmitt
Don't try to friend MaLi Arwood on Facebook. You won't find her there.
Don't try to friend MaLi Arwood on Facebook. You won't find her there. More than 900 million people worldwide check their Facebook accounts at least once a month, but millions more are Facebook holdouts.
"I was a typical user, on it once or twice a day," she says. "After a certain point, I sort of resented how it felt like an obligation rather than fun."
Goldschmitt says it takes effort to stay in touch with friends and relatives without Facebook.