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October 01, 2008


Brenda P.

adam- was reading this and had to laugh.. in the last couple of weeks I have used facebook to: 1- find out if I need to use a passport to get into canada from a friend who just went, (no) 2- touch base with the director of photography on my documentary via the director's connections, and 3- recommend a resaurant in Hilton Head. It is unbelievable to me the uses that have popped up. have a good one!

Marc Meyer

Adam, good post. Leverage is not a bad thing when one has so many contacts-it's why we use LinkedIN in the first place. Though some people look at # of contacts like they're badges to be earned. But what good is that?

Allen Mireles

Hi Adam,

Just today as a matter of fact...I got an email saying that you were following me on Twitter. Checking out your profile led me to your blog, which I read and enjoyed.

Also, I follow @skydiver on Twitter and recently passed a HARO tip along to a potential client, who contacted the author and will included in his upcoming book. Very cool.

Watching the debates with Twitter's election 2008 is an interesting experience also. Just saying. ;)

Thanks for the follow and for a thoughtful post.

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