Chances are, you and your friends
don’t use the term “social networking.”
You might say, “I’m using MySpace” or“I’m updating my blog.”
Web sites like blogs, wikis, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Ning all allow users to create their own content and/or to connect with other people.
You may also hear this called “Web 2.0” or the “Read/Write Web.”
Lumping these kinds of sites together by referring to them as “social networking
sites” can give some adults the impression that these sites are used mostly for meeting people you don’t know, which is not usually the case.
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2013'S TOP TEEN BOOKS
The Garden State Teen Book Award is a project of the Young Adult Section of the New Jersey Library Association. Its awards committee, representing libraries from throughout the state, selected the nominees based on teen appeal and quality of writing from the previous year's "Best Books" list. Ballots have been distributed to New Jersey school and public librarians.
The Teens' Top Ten is a "teen choice" list, where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year! Readers ages twelve to eighteen will vote online in August and September; the winners will be announced during Teen Read Week. To see previous winners, you will be asked to fill out a short questionnaire.
Teen Central.Net - the place to get teen help for teen problems.
This web site is for teens and by teens.
It's confidential and private.
Access to this site is directed at pre-teens, teens and young adults.
Check it out!