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As a zillion mainstream media articles will tell you, everybody’s agog about Facebook. If you’re not on it, you’ve probably been barraged with invitations from friends and colleagues who have made it the social network of the moment. 

As we like to do around here, we’re hopping on the bandwagon. I’ve created a Facebook group called Friends of DeSmogBlog. You won’t be able to see that link unless you’re already drinking the Facebook Koolaid. Please join our group if you’re so inclined–we’re at 61 members and counting!

On a related Facebook note, Canadians may be interested in the CBC‘s Great Canadian Wish List project. Much like the CBC‘s Greatest Canadian contest, it’s getting hijacked by special interest groups (and I don’t even mean us!), but it’s still an interesting experiment.

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