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Lunchtime Listen: Social Networking in plain English

This quick (under 2 minutes!) lunchtime listen is another “lunchtime watch” and a great introduction to “social networks.”

  • Social Networking in Plain English By leelefever CommonCraft.com, June 27, 2007
    “This video is for people who wonder why social networking web sites are so popular. We think one reason is because they help solve a real-world problem. We’ll let the video explain how it works.”

Why do many people use FaceBook and MySpace and LinkedIn? This will help you understand…

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