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Editor's Note
I am very pleased to welcome several new authors to the journal, and I am especially happy that Jeremy Dickerson responded to my appeal to graduate students to submit articles for review. I also would like to thank Will Barratt for encouraging his graduate students to do some "investigative journalism" for their nice piece of work on the use of facebook. Now, the rest of you graduate students who read this journal should get to work and submit some articles.

Gary D. Malaney

Inside This Issue
Featured Articles

In our first article, Financial Management for College Students: A Web-Based Tool to Teach, Steve Anderson discusses a technological tool to help students learn about budgeting and financial mangagement.

Leslie P. Hitch shows how various technological innovations are affecting student affairs in Extreme Makeover: Technology's Effect on Student Affairs.

In Computer mediated social networking, Will Barratt and his colleagues describe undergraduate students' growing fascination with a web-based product used to enhance social networking and interaction on campuses.

Jeremy D. Dickerson takes us into the technological world of career services with Technological Trends in Career Services: Effects, Usage, and Ethics.

In The Feng Shui of Email Clutter, Stuart Brown tells us how to get our email organized, thus creating a more positive flow of energy in our lives.

And finally, Brian Cremins provides a faculty tale of woe caused by replying to a listserv instead of an individual in his A Cautionary Tale of List-Serv Etiquette.

Book Review

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking
Review by Stuart Brown