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Hey I'm Meighan O'Toole. I find the Internet and the sense of community it inspires fascinating. I work with creative individuals and brands to define their voice online using social media.

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What a neat way to utilize the FB timeline for a brand:

theatlantic:

The Atlantic Facebook Timeline: 1857-Present

We just launched our timeline featuring selections from our archives dating back to 1857. Read works by Mark Twain, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Bertrand Russell, Jane Addams, Henry James, Rudyard Kipling, Woodrow Wilson, H.G. Wells, David Foster Wallace, James Fallows, Arthur Schlesinger, and more.

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    The Atlantic Facebook Timeline: 1857-Present
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    What a neat way to utilize the FB timeline for a brand:
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    Please skip over Andrew Sullivan in your Timeline, guys. You really will want to. Trust me.
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    Probably the best use of facebook I’ll ever see.
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