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NPR Community Reaches 50,000 Users

When we first launched the NPR Community on September 28 of last year, we wondered how long it would take for us to reach 50,000 registered users, and a number of us figured it would take at least six months to reach that goal.

It turns out we were able to do it in four months.

A couple days ago on January 9, we hit the 50,000 mark. And we couldn't have done it with all of you. On behalf of the NPR Social Media Desk, I want to thank all of you who've taken the plunge with us. We're thrilled that we've reached this milestone so quickly.

So here's to reaching 100,000 users! Anyone want to take a guess at when we'll get there?

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