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I just finished writing my article for the October Explorer. It focuses on Twitter, Facebook and other social media that businesses and organizations are wanting to leverage to communicate with The Public.

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I love new stuff. Hope you do, too. New beginnings. New clothes. New people. New places. New software. New upgrades.

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A new video produced by AAPG gives a look into what AAPG is and who AAPG members are.

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The Annual Convention & Exhibition in Denver is almost upon us, and Twitter makes it easy for those who will be attending – and those who will not – to follow what’s happening.

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AAPG’s online directory has a feature many of our members are not aware of.

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CNN.com recently posted a story called Dos and don’ts for mixing work, social networks that contains some great common-sense advice for people who are wanting to venture into the world of Facebook or Twitter but are wary of their coworkers seeing personal content.

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Enhance your Annual Convention & Exhibition experience by keeping up with the latest news as it happens and making social and networking connections using the power of the Web!

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Our friends and social groups are a great source of information and opinion. If I ask them (whether in person or on any of my favorite online media such as Twitter, Facebook, Instant Messenger, etc.), I’m sure to get plenty of feedback.

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Since you are reading this, you are obviously “in” with the social networking “new media.”

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I just posted two letters which President Scott Tinker sent to a couple of the subcommittees of the U.S. House Appropriations committee.

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