[FredLug] LinkedIN Fredlug group
sheridan3003 at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 19 11:02:00 EST 2011
So it sounds like dropping out from this group is not a big deal.
I have joined a number of LinkedIN groups, and also get involved in Answers on
To me it is interesting to see what other people that I may not be directly
connected with think about particular issues, or opportunities.
I try to abstain from things like developer lists. All those discussions are
almost flame bait because invariably there is more than one way to do things.
I used to just use LinkedIN for contacting recruiters, now I try to get a little
more involved in the discussions and such. I can get some exposure to new
markets that I may be looking at trying to get into.
FWIW if anyone wants to connect with me on Linkedin here is my profile:
From: Martes G Wigglesworth <mailinglistmember at mgwigglesworth.net>
To: fredlug at calypso.tux.org
Sent: Sat, February 19, 2011 10:19:42 AM
Subject: Re: [FredLug] LinkedIN Fredlug group
On 02/18/2011 09:34 AM, Doug Needham wrote:
> Second point does anyone join in discussions on LinkedIN groups?
I would like to take part in discussions on my other groups, however,
they are so high-volume that I just get them in batches. I usually
notice that when I get an alert for some really neat discussion, there
have already been like 30 replies from people who seem to keep up with
linkedin like it is a professionals' facebook.
In general, it is either that you don't have enough participation, or
there is information overload due to there being too much participation
on a linkedin list. I get like 40 emails a day from each of the
developer lists I am on, and they are all containing discussions that
already have a bunch of replies by the time I see them.
Just my experience.
Martes G Wigglesworth
M. G. Wigglesworth Holdings, LLC
FredLug mailing list
FredLug at calypso.tux.org
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