LinkedIn co-founder interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition 2/14/2012 Huffduffed from http://www.npr.org/2012/02/14/146811474/networking-tips-from-the-ultimate-networker
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James, Lilian, Lisa and Ron discuss the recent publicity over Susan Greenfield’s comments in the Daily Mail on the “dangers” of social networking and young people’s brains. Does using social networking sites lead to loneliness and isolation? Do users of Facebook and Twitter feel excluded from society. In this podcast we discuss the furore and the issues.
This is the fifteenth e-Learning Stuff Podcast, Social networking rots your brains.
A blog can be an online diary, a collection of links or a soapbox for a point of view you have. Social networking sites can contain comments and opinions and both can be a successful web tool in the age of social and business networking. But when does an opinion turn into defamation? And what rights do you need to clear to use on a blogging/networking site? What are the pros and cons of creating a blog/ contributing to a social network? Are you responsible for clearing your contributor’s content? Can you remain anonymous
In 2009, a pilot was launched by Raytheon Company to determine the value of social networking. In this session aimed at Information Architects interested in deploying social networking in organizations, Manya Kapikian, Kevin Lynch, and Michael Patterson expose 11 hard lessons learned from the pilot that apply to this relatively undefined territory.