Hello Facebook, goodbye yearbook: At a time when teens are logging onto web-based social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace in droves, more and more are declining to pick up a copy of that tried-and-true memory keeper, the high school and college yearbook, the Toledo Blade reports. Ohio's Whitmer High School once sold as many as 1,300 copies; now it's down to 900. Maumee High School has dropped from more than 700 in the past to 483 this year. At colleges like Bowling Green State University, it's even tougher. Annual sales there have plummeted from a peak of 3,600

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