Of course, there's always small print when it comes to a study like this. Professor Susan Moore make this rather sobering observation:
"We found potential bloggers were less satisfied with their friendships and they felt less socially integrated, they didn't feel as much part of a community as the people who weren't interested in blogging."
In short, if you're blogging in the first place, it's probably because you're pretty screwed up - which I dare say explains fairly accurately about ninety-five percent of the blogosphere. And if you had any type of a social life, chances are you'd be out with your friends of a Friday night, instead of blogging about the phenomenon of blogging while digging deeper and deeper into that packet of chips you really shouldn't be eating. But if you reached that stage, then it's probably better that you keep on blogging for the time being.