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August 12, 2008

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Kate

Adam -

Obvious or not, it's still a great post. I've had, literally, nothing but positive experiences connecting and reconnecting with people on many of the platforms you mention. I can think of only two times I wish I weren't so "connected."

And I think it's important to placate some of the skeptics out there (those who think it's "weird" or that there's "no value" in these tools for networking or keeping in touch personally).

By the way, great tmeet you finally :)

Kate

Warren

Social media definitely opens up the opportunity for real world socializing. And as a result, those "social media friendships" become stronger once face to face meetings occur. Thanks for mentioning our lunch as part of your post. It was great meeting in real life! I had the same experience a few other times on my recent visit back home to Boston. I only wish I had more time to see all of my social media friends.

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