Social media glossary

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  5. This is really great. Thanks. It would be even better if it was offered as a PDF.

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  7. VSB, we may turn it into a PDF but still adding more terms!

    Marcie, I agree, that's one of the WP plug-ins we need to add. Do you have a favorite, or just the plain-vanilla Digg This! icon?

    (In Intense Debate it's hard to navigate between identities … – jd)

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  40. Hey what does interpesonal media means and what are the characteristics that constitutes to it?