The Orlando Sentinel reports that more U.S. adults are using social-networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn, according to a report released Jan. 14 by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. The study found that the percentage of online adults 18 or older who have a profile on a social-networking site has more than quadrupled in the past four years. In 2005, 8 percent had a profile; 35 percent have a profile now. Still, the percentage of adults using social networks is far lower than the percentage of online teens (ages 12 to 17), which is 65 percent. But because adults make up a larger portion of the country’s population, there are more adults on social-networking sites than teens, the report says…

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