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Thank you for the kind offer, Shari. It will be interesting to see in retrospect as well. Often, we react to change by pushing back. When we have a chance to try some of those things out, we may be surprised by what we find useful.

I am currently teaching a college course in Social Media for Journalists. We will be studying Facebook in the next few weeks. In preparation for that study, I posted the question "Facebook for Journalists: What's your personal take? How do you use Facebook to get your journalistic work done?" on several LinkedIn group discussion boards. I've so far received dozens and dozens of responses. Please let me know if you'd like to know on which groups to find them.

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