If you enjoy fun, conceivably-partly-true tales about disruptive technologies (as some people do — see, for example, Harvard Business School Professor Clay Christensen‘s tidy tales of disruption), then pay heed to the scholarly studies from Russell B. Clayton. Clayton, at the University of Missouri-Columbia, has a new study about Twitter and marital breakups: “The Third Wheel: The Impact of Twitter Use on Relationship Infidelity and Divorce,” Russell B. Clayton, Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, vol. 17, no. 7, July 2014, pp. 425-430….
—so begins another Improbable Innovation nugget, which appears in its entirety on BetaBoston.