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Clive Thompson in Praise of Online Obscurity | Magazine <img alt="Illustration: Helen Yentus and Jason Booher" src="/magazine/wp-content/images/18-02/st_thompson_f.jpg" title="Start" width="660" height="424" /> Illustration: Helen Yentus and Jason Booher When it comes to your social network, bigger is better. Or so we’re told. The more followers and friends you have, the more awesome and important you are.
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4 Lies about social media | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist Everyone knows that the best way to get a job is to leverage your network. And almost everyone knows that social media is a great way to build your network . But many of you are making lots of social media mistakes. I know because so many people tell me that social media is a waste of their time.
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Back in those halcyon days of high school my BFF Shannon started talking about getting a tattoo. A nice big one that no doubt was intended to shock her parents, get her officially banned from church, and seal her social identity as a true rebel. I remember briefly thinking how cool it would be to get one, too. That fantasy lasted a whole three minutes. While visions of Led Zeppelin’s Swan Song angel may have briefly danced in my head (yes, I also thought I was a rebel) there was this little voice of reason that chose at that moment to scream rather loudly “DON’T DO ITTTTT!” Yeah, I wasn’t much of a rebel after all. Social Media is the New Tattoo | Michelle Tripp: The BrandForwar