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don loeb

a few social networks already have this feature (yahoo 360, flickr and vox). you can share different information with family or close friends, etc. the problem is that while people want flexible and powerful privacy settings, they never want to actually do the work :)

Abhijit Nadgouda

I think the real fatigue is out of keeping up with multiple social networks. In my opinion, they should be more email like.

Vikram Rajan

I'm amazed how Facebook is even overtaking LinkedIn as the social/professional network of choice. I originally dismissed my facebook account as "just for college kids" (yes, yes they grow up quickly).

But if it will be productive for me now, then I should make my profile more robust! Sometimes, the shoe cobbler has to create his own running shoes......

~ Vikram
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Dan Schawbel

I remember when my roomate at college brought facebook to my school and told me to join. I said no and then a few weeks later everyone was on it. Now businesses are even using it for marketing and networking purposes.

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