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For the longest time, I've been sort of avoiding joining any online social networking sites more technically complicated that livejournal or facebook (and I don't really understand facebook all the way). However, in a workshop this morning, during a discussion of web 2.0 tools and their possibitlies for connecting readers with authors, I realized that I better get savvy quick if I want to be marketable as a teen librarian. Once I've finished school and all that, of course. I wouldn't say I'm a luddite, but I've been hesitant to embrace the new wave of technologies.

So, I better be able to twitter and skype and ning and voki and glogster and all that other stuff. Whatever that means.
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