Students have been telling me that Facebook seems to have taken off in Norway over the last few weeks. Alexa shows that it’s currently the 32nd most visited site in Norway. That means students use it more than they use the University of Oslo’s site (56th most visited) or the University of Bergen’s site (61st most visited), though hits to both those sites (and other university sites in Norway) combined might compare to hits to Facebook. I’m going to try to remember to keep checking the list to see how Facebook works out – will Norwegian students use it more than they use the official university sites?

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