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At 3:38pm on November 20, 2010, Lisa Michelle Dabbs said…
Hi Irene!
I have missed seeing you on Twitter...seems like it's been for over 6 months now. I hope all is well. Are you still tweeting? I checked your twitter handle here in your page and it went to an error page. Hope to see you, soon!
All the best, Lisa
At 11:20am on August 26, 2010, Brenda said…
Thank you so much for your comment and ideas! I will definitely check out the link that you provided. I am new to this PLN, so I hope I've posted correctly! Thanks again! Brenda
At 4:24pm on February 28, 2010, Alan Stange said…
My first friend!
At 1:39pm on February 27, 2010, Thomas Whitby said…
I use it to recognize people who contribute and bring value to this PLN. It allows others to see you and recognize that you are a contributor. They can then friend and follow for a more personal connection. You have to settle for this, because I have no cash.

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