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A vital part of growing up is developing one’s identity. With ubiquitous access to others and easy access to participating in varied communities, how do we communicate ourselves to the world? The lines between our public and private lives have blurred with the rise of Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and other social networking sites. Often it is not only ourselves that make choices in how we sculpt our identity. What we choose to share and not share, but also the communities we participate in. There is a need to start a dialogue with each other as those around us add to the building of one’s own identity and the identity of us as a collective.