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Is Facebook Destroying the College Alumni Magazine?

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Is Facebook Destroying the College Alumni Magazine?
Most people read their college alumni magazines for the class notes, immediately flipping to the back to see who was married, had a baby, or was promoted to an envy-inducing job. The advent of social networking on the Internet has created a quandary for these magazines. "Certainly as people do more Facebook-ing and MySpace-ing, how they do these things changes and evolves," said John Rosenberg, editor of Harvard Magazine.

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raciccarone raciccarone 9 years
I daresay, I'll never stop subscribing to my "Crimson Cryer" no matter how much Facebook tempts me! To see my old friends, Dickie Templeton ('87), Van Von Vaugh ('88) and Strangely Brown ('87) illuminated in the "where are they now" section each month is enough to continually renew!
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 9 years
I only read it for the articles.
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