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By March 13, 2009

I recently put one of my profs on the spot. He was bragging to the class about how he’s such great friends with the early American historian Alan Taylor, but when I asked if he was friends with Taylor on Facebook, my prof turned red, lowered his head, and confessed that Taylor had rejected his friend request (ok, not really, my prof said he didn’t have a facebook account . . . yet). Anyway, check the JI out on Facebook and become our fan.

http://apps.new.facebook.com/blognetworks/blog/the_juvenile_instructor_a_mormon_history_blog/

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Comments

  1. wow, there’s something in the FB water these days.

    Comment by Steve Evans — March 13, 2009 @ 12:13 pm

  2. Interesting. I absolutely hate the way Twitter, Facebook and FriendFeed break up the conversation a blog tries to create, but if you want to reach certain people a Facebook page makes sense.

    AMV has had a standard (and idle) Facebook page for months, but the blognetworks incarnation makes more sense.

    Comment by Wm Morris — March 13, 2009 @ 1:00 pm

  3. This is great. I hope it catches on in the Bloggernacle.

    Comment by Sterling Fluharty — March 13, 2009 @ 1:10 pm

  4. This is great. I hope it catches on in the Bloggernacle.
    P.S. – Sorry, forgot to tell you great post!

    Comment by Sterling Fluharty — March 14, 2009 @ 6:55 am


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