albert herbert hawkins wrote:Facebook for friends, Linked in for businessOMJ for everything else. Twitter's wank. Very popular amongst singer / actress / whatever types I'm sure.
Have you ever seen a profile on Linked in that was remotely accurate?Facebook if your into that kind of thing I get it. Not my thing, but I see the point. Second life, but for free. Be the person you want people to see you as. Without every leaving your bedroom.Linked in is just the worst. Its like the personal statement from hell on a forum where everyone is trying to sell themselves or bullshit how wonderful they are. At least on OMJ its bullshit about football and music, not 'what do you do for living' on constant broadcast.Twitter - I just don't get how anyone can be that interesting, all the time. I get journalists covering a story or running a beat/column and celebs getting their PA to post on there. Brilliant concept for real time work or breaking news updates, but beyond that 140 character streams of the mundane... nah, don't get it.Yeah, I am a luddite.