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    How should schools respond to students' misuse of social networks

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    • Medindia

      It appears that the networking site for professionals,LinkedIn,is preferred over social networking site Facebook as a way to help people stay connected.

    • Craig Stellmacher

      Facebook is changing the way we grieve Death doesn't kill a digital footprint. Rodrigo Sanchez-Chavarria knows that all too well. Since his friend William Brandon Lacy Campos, a poet and activist from the Twin Cities, died unexpectedly in November, he has watched Campos' Facebook page become a memorial guest book, where people post heartfelt tributes. Star Tribune 2/17/13

    • Leah B.

      ''Why Do We 'Like' Things On Facebook? This Infographic Digs Into Our Admittedly Odd Social Media Behaviors'' article link: ; infographic:

    • Rosalynette aka Lady (Bug)

      MSN NOW: Here's a list of 26 things that are "going, going, gone", according to this trending webpage. Many of these things we already know about or had a pretty good idea they were on borrowed time, but there are some things that just might surprise you--like Facebook. Experts are predicting 7 more years for the social network and it'll be all over! Can you imagine, no FB?

    • Caredir®

      Why Do We “Like” Things On Facebook? This Infographic Digs Into Our Admittedly Odd Social Media Behaviors

    • Sheila Vazquez

      School administrators walk a thin line when developing polices on social media sites like Facebook. Well, don't let kids use it at school. Block it on school computers. Thats my opinion. (LOIC VENANCE/AFP/Getty Images)

    • Jairo Campos

      A new German study shows that posting your Facebook pictures of your wonderful vacations could make your Facebook friends miserable. Its kind of interesting.

    • Jerome Christy

      Number of Facebook Likes may Reflect the Quality of Hospitals

    • Kara Haschke

      Facebook has modified its news feed feature

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