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Overall, your “How I Use Facebook” papers were amazing. Very insightful, sometimes quite funny, and rather detailed.

There were some assumptions about Facebook’s demographics and you might want to reconsider your view that only “college students” are on Facebook. It is just under a year old, but this report shows the 25-34 demographic as the fastest growing segment on Facebook. All those first-generation Facebook users are graduating.

If you’re interested in such things, you can poke around specific sub-sets of the overall Facebook user demographics for yourself using the methodology described in this post: Facebook Market Research Secrets.

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Computers in Class

Doonesbury’s take on how computers are used in the classroom.

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The student evaluation form for BUS 425 is available on VandalWeb.

Take a moment to let me and the rest of the college faculty know what you thought of the class.

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Story of Stuff

Here is the video I mentioned in class.

This is only the first chapter of seven. You can watch the entire 20 minute film on the Web site www.storyofstuff.org or in chapters on YouTube.

We’ll discuss briefly in class on Thursday.

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