[Pauldotcom] should everyone be linked in to one another (Robin Wood)
cybereagle at gmail.com
Sun Dec 28 22:32:08 UTC 2008
"if it grows without control it could quickly turn into the next MySpace"
agreed, that would be awful. I wouldnt stick around long if that happened,
and i must admit, i think i see the beginnings perhaps. Inevitable maybe.
Still we'll see... i suppose you always gotta stay ahead of the curve to try
and avoid the ruin brought by the indeterminate masses. niches still have
2008/12/28 Arch Angel <arch3angel at gmail.com>
> I can't say LinkedIn found me a job, however the HR person who hired me for
> my previous job sends me information all the time asking me to come back to
> where she is working now, so I have to assume the opportunity is there is I
> really looked closer.
> The side of LinkedIn that best suits me is the ability to stay in touch
> with co-workers who have gone different directions, misc. groups of
> interest, and even more interesting ventures relating to areas I enjoy such
> as pauldotcom. I believe if it stays more on the professional side it could
> be a valuable asset, but if it grows without control it could quickly turn
> into the next MySpace which would be horrible for all its good sides.
> As for my information, minus recent classes I have taken and put on there
> most my information is easily found through some digging so i am not too
> concerned. If you have any sort of clearance with the gov then I would
> strongly recommend keeping the displayed information as limited as humanly
> possible, even obscuring some of the information so that it would throw a
> red flag if ever used to attempt identity theft.
> Although you could be like Larry and never accept your invite to join your
> network :-)
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