Try http://www.myspace.com or http://www.thefacebook.com - the Facebook
is less of a blog and more of a social-networking tool. MySpace is
social networking with a blog feature. The facebook requires a UVM
e-mail address, and you may learn more about the students you know than
you'd like to!
Stefanie Ploof wrote:
>That's funny, almost every blog I ever find is owned by someone aged
>25-35. Where are all of these teen blogs?
>On Tue, 15 Nov 2005, Steve Cavrak wrote:
>>As teens embrace blogs, schools sound an alarm
>>By Alorie Gilbert
>>Staff Writer, CNET News.com
>>Published: November 15, 2005, 4:00 AM PST
>>Teens are among the most avid users of online journals and personal
>>Web pages, but recent incidents at North Carolina State University
>>and other schools should give them and their parents pause.
>>Nine underage students at N.C. State are facing charges of violating
>>the school's alcohol policy after a residential adviser visited one
>>of their profiles on Facebook and found links to pictures of them
>>drinking. Facebook, which lets students create and share personal
>>profiles, is enormously popular on campuses nationwide.
>>More at http://news.com.com/As+teens+embrace+blogs%2C+schools+sound+an
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