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The first myth is that teenagers are universal adopters of technology and a ready-made market for ebooks. The panelists attributed this to the fact that teenagers tend to adopt technologies that are sharing in nature like texting and social networking. Ebooks with limited sharing capabilities are actually less social than print books, which are readily passed around friendship circles or classrooms. In comparison, the study reports that media advertising is considerably less effective at reaching youths. Sara Shandler of Alloy Entertainment discussed creating digital manifestations of content websites, games, blogs that make sense and arise organically from the nature of the book.
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Summer camps at the Recreation Department unless otherwise noted are sponsored by the City of Forsyth. Information -- Register at www. There is a charge for this camp. Contact the Monroe County Recreation Department for more details.
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