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By Tim Hjersted / filmsforaction.org
Sep 22, 2009

If you're keeping up with social trends, you've probably had a Facebook profile for some time now, and have ravenously become addicted to it as the socially anointed place to stay in contact with friends you care about, find out about events, and stay current with relevant news (having a lot of friends who post alternative news links at least gives it that function for myself personally).

In the last few months you may have even dabbled in the schizophrenic delight of Twitter, which again, for activists, has taken on a potentially transformative role in online communication and networking.

All together, social networking is abounds, and Films For Action has indeed joined the foray. Though oddly enough, in a paradox of the instant news paradigm of this generation, it's taken us about a year from the time we joined these networks to actually post this news bit here on the blog.

Alas, I've gone way past my 140 chr limit. If you'd like to follow us on any of these social networks, the links for that can be found below.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/filmsforaction
Twitter: www.twitter.com/filmsforaction
MySpace: www.myspace.com/filmsforaction

If you'd like to help Films For Action grow and spread in glorious fame and political influence, well, sharing these links with friends does seem to be the name of the game.

Cheers!

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