I thank John Biggs for inspiration from this work. I cosine most of what he says here. I have been mysteriously linked by LinkedIn for a long time. Because it is useless (for me) as a professional social network. But I think it is Someone; # 39; a. After all, I am wondering if the emperor is eventually naked.LinkedIn is a purely fantasy social network for those who cosplay this game called success.
Let's emphasize that LinkedIn is not a meaningless stop. It is a very good resume and a very good recruitment site. (And according to Biggs & # 39; it is said that most of the recruitment sites are better content sites, that is, bad). But it seems to be far more than simple employment, in fact, no? It is said to be "professional social network". So I was confused for a long time. heard Anyone I know by drawing out professional advantage?
Ironically, I had a reason to thank LinkedIn. It was the only link that existed between me and the former, and after sending a LinkedIn message we regained a warm and hearty climate. friendship. But this comfort a) is a complete paradox of professionalism that LinkedIn is supposed to apply. b) Because no one of us was concerned about LinkedIn in order to avoid this division after it got worse.
Although I was introduced at a fairly early time, LinkedIn was useless when I returned to the technology after my detour as a full time novelist, it was useless for me. Now it is useless as a director of technology. Half of the request / login message I receive comes from someone who is trying to sell the exact service we offer to my company. Most of others are people with cryptic infringement, not saying anything, to make me perfectly fit. My LinkedIn policy in the past few years was to accept all login requests …
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