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Today's thoughts January 19, 2012

by on January 19, 2012

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  • Linkedin Dropping twitter integration

    Linkedin Dropping Twitter Integration

    So it seems that the twitter integration is being dropped from LinkedIn

    It seems that unlike integration of tools and apps – this could be the start of re-positioning of networks to be isolated from each other..

    If you don’t have it yet – here is the email I received from the LinkedIn team:


    At LinkedIn, we want to provide a simple and efficient experience for members like you. So from time to time, we take a look at our set of features to evaluate how they’re being used by our members. Part of this process sometimes means we decide to eliminate a feature, so we can better invest those resources in building more great LinkedIn products.

  • Make a difference – in only 1 minute – Today…NOW #hardandfast http://bit.ly/cpr2012

    Make a difference – in only 1 minute – Today…NOW http://bit.ly/hardandfast

    How – simple

    Take 44 seconds to watch this video – and up to 15 seconds to post to your favourite social network..

    Pass the word – lets drive this as you never know – it may be you or a close friend or loved one that is beneficial from the actions someone takes.

    STOP – dont leave this page without tweeting or facebooking it!!!

    You don’t need to be tough like Vinnie Jones to save a life, just push #hardandfast. Find out how: http://bit.ly/hardandfast

    Just if you do it for real.. keep going – don’t stop after 44 seconds!! – it does work.. it does save lives – a colleague of mine did this just a couple of weeks ago and was successful in saving a person. You can too – Just do it!

  • Networked Blogs on facebook

    Networked Blogs on Facebook

    Do you link your blog here to your facebook page?

    If not why not?

    You can use a link like this:

  • Communicating tone or emotion through "smileys"

    Communicating tone or emotion through “smileys”

    Reading a blog or a comment can be hard to interpret, often people use smile or wink to “puncuate” a piece and add emotion.

    What have you used to good effect in a business based forum or community?


    Mike Morrison
    RapidBI.com
    Blog:
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