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Sierra Victor
Sierra Victor writes "I work for a major youth serving non-profit and we're debating how we can use Facebook/MySpace/etc. Our kids are all on it, but we have no real policy on how we exist in those mediums. Our defacto existence is controlled by a group of teens. How do we represent our program in the best light? We want to maintain the social aspects, but also promote our programs. Any advice from Slashdot on how we aproach this?"
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