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I stole it from John Green

Using ning.com closed social networking with teens
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Samantha Marker

on 27 April 2010

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Are you TABbin'? I stole it from John Green Inspiration community Rationale scheduling issues intimidation internet dangers free requires no web skills Recruiting Members TAB teasers email school visits volunteers +2 What about Facebook? It can't compete membership crossover is roughly half *and it doesn't have to 24 ---> 66 virtual TAB Success! in unexpected ways Discussion Teen Space Event Planning Video Game Purchasing Manga Purchasing Executive Board TABman: the movie Name Meanings Political Analysis freedom fries! Challenges Jonas Bros. Twilight I never saw coming Just tell me if you hate me Librarian kills first amendment? And one I really wish I had Help me! Last night I was considering death... FAQs explain it all Partner with the school Banned! no social networking? review sample policy explains rationale and
best practices Multnomah County YALSA For learning, for leisure, for life Nerdfighters using ning.com with teens The Mount Laurel Library provides a real and virtual center where residents gather as a community RIP
free ning http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a0/Betjeman_memorial.jpg Poetry over 200 entries TABcast
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