In my previous post, I wrote that commuting is the biggest source of stress and frustration for people living in cities, according to a new Ericsson ConsumerLab report, City Life.

So what makes city residents feel at ease? Social networking. Those who live in the city spend a large chunk of their time socializing. On average, a city dweller spends two hours and 30 minutes socializing a day, with about 45 of these minutes spent online. This is much more than people who live elsewhere. They also have many more online friends, accessing online social networks as much as three to five times a day. Read the full post at the Networked Society blog >>>