Sunday, January 25, 2009

FaceBook: Community Center & Graduate School?

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4 comments:

Neal Wiser said...

Hi Craig. Great job defining the professional benefits of FB and demonstrating how you leverage the increasingly sophisticated tool-sets to enrich not only your life, but the lives of your family and friends.

I only used FB for personal networking; mostly for reconnecting with old friends and family. Unfortunately, the sheer numbers of posts I receive re the minutia of my friends daily lives are far too much for me to make use of FB for anything other than that. While the same could be said of Twitter, a tool I make much more use of, your argument praising the potential professional and personal development benefits are compelling and I will be taking a second look at FB for those purposes.

Keep up the great work. Looking forward to reading more.

Your career advice guide said...

Not just FB, the whole online networking concept presents you a lot of opportunities, provided you know how to use it effectively. Found an interesting article about using networking effectively at:

http://info.shine.com/Career-Advice-Articles/Career-Building/Networking-Heres-how-to-stand-out/1609/cid28.aspx

Have a look, you may find it useful.

Anonymous said...

Hey Craig,

It's about time I paid a visit to your blog.

Facebook is a social utopia of sorts. One has the ability to view and dialogue with others across the world. One can read their passions, as the reader can contribute their own passions. Facebook creates unity,

Dan Abshear

Anonymous said...

Very well written, and I concur with your insight regarding Facebook, Craig.

Dan Abshear