Top Ten Links Week 9

My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 2/26/2010 thru 3/04/2010 1 . Are We Becoming Our Own Puppetmasters? – a thought-provoking post from Venessa Miemis asking the questions “What do our online personas do to our physical-world identities? As we invest more time into developing our digital selves, is something taken away from who we are? Or something added?” 2. Librarian … Continue reading Top Ten Links Week 9

My Problem with LinkedIn

and online reputations in general. I have a profile on LinkedIn (as I do on many social websites) because many people and blogs I think highly of have recommended it.  Now I’ll be the first to admit I’m probably not using it right and therefore not taking advantage of it properly.  Here is something I noticed recently while updating my profile. This is a section of my … Continue reading My Problem with LinkedIn

Social network profile management

Social network profile management Greg Schwartz Michael Porter Sarah Houghton-Jan Amanda Clay Powers Greg Identity Digital identity mapping – online interactions make identity much more complicated Your next employer looking for your identity will do a google search You do not own your online identity Tip -own your username – if your name is unique and can grab everywhere use it, otherwise pick something – … Continue reading Social network profile management