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Chanel Spence, Youthlink Writer Almost everyone is on a social media network where they express themselves in their own way. So let's see which of these social media networks best describes you. 
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Tashana Hutchinson, Youthlink Writer Social media would not be what it is today without its fleeting trends and hits of the seasons. Think back to the overuse of the hashtag, of which some people still have not yet let go, the must-have gym photo, the following then unfollowing, to keep the follower count admirable, and the list goes on and on. Most of these 'trends' have done their time, but these new practices are constantly in our faces at the moment ...  1. The dog-face filter
Mickella Anderson, Youthlink Writer In this section I appraise, in dollar value, things that do and don't make sense. If an issue is of great importance to me, I will give it a value of $1,000. Every subsequent issue will be given a reduced dollar value to reflect its decreasing significance to me. $1,000 - Prosperity, where art thou?
Tristan Williams: Willing to lead  Tristan has a passion for national development and, in particular, the role of our young people in making that happen. He truly understands that it takes a team to make that dream work. 
Mickella Anderson Youthlink Writer In this section I appraise, in dollar value, things that do and don't make sense. If an issue is of great importance to me, I will give it a value of $1,000. Every subsequent issue will be given a reduced dollar value to reflect its decreasing significance to me.
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Chanel Spence, Youthlink Writer