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Friday, July 13, 2007

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» The Facebook vs. LinkedIngeneration from Marketing Nirvana by Mario Sundar
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» The Facebook vs. LinkedIngeneration from Marketing Nirvana by Mario Sundar
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Justin Smith

I hereby acknowledge my $0.02 debt - doh!

engtech @ internet duct tape

I did a similar post like this a while back: http://internetducttape.com/2007/03/08/how-to-use-facebook-without-losing-your-job-over-it/

It's pretty amazing how Facebook defaults to SHARE EVERYTHING! all the time.

One thing to watch for is that whenever they add new features the privacy defaults to "wide-open".

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