Lesson 5 – Social Networks

Lesson 5 of Vermont’s 23 Things is all about exploring social networks, including Facebook and MySpace. Thing 10 has you setting up a Facebook or MySpace account. For those of you who would prefer not to, there is an alternate exercise.

Enjoy the lesson!

Lesson 5: Social Networks
9. Explore Social Networks
10. Set up a Facebook or MySpace page

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6 responses to “Lesson 5 – Social Networks

  1. Hmmm…after spending an evening trying to deal with Facebook, I’m definitely not wagging and in fact growling would probably be more accurate than barking.

    I tried to set up a library page, kept mistakenly getting my own name in there. I’m not even a little interested in using Facebook personally. I’ve always found it somewhere between creepy and desperate and that was only emphasized when in the brief period I was accidentally on the mom of someone my son went to preschool with more than 6 years ago and in a different state popped up as a possible friend. Along with a girl who lives up the street.

    Anyway, I really was excited about doing a library page and I guess will try again. But by the end of the evening, I had my library email address involved as well as my gmail and they were not letting me get out. It’s a nightmare!! I think now if I don’t login with either email for two weeks the accounts will really go away and perhaps I can try again, more wisely…

    At least I’m not alone–google delete facebook and some pretty frustrated posts come up.

    And if any other Vermont 23 person has any ideas, I’m definitely up for advice!

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