Commentary: Social media has a bragging problem

12/19/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Social media users love to brag about their lives and accomplishments, and that's a problem when you have hundreds of contacts, many of whom you aren't particularly close to, writes Matt McFarland. What's needed is a technological solution that lets you see the bragging of your nearest and dearest, but filters out similar content posted by more distant acquaintances, McFarland writes.

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