Monthly Archives: November 2007

The difference between Linkedin and the early AOL is actually quite striking. Early AOL was a way to meet people all over the country that you would otherwise not meet. Linkedin is a way of maintaining your own personal network so you don’t lose touch. Does this mean people aren’t staying in touch with their own networks now? That we’ve become so isolated from one another that we need electronic communities to connect? Continue reading

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Those who can multi-task see the greatest promotions and rewards in most work environments. So this skill has reached a value status that the pre-modern corporation probably couldn’t anticipate. But is it really good? Or is it just a survival skill? Continue reading

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