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August 15, 2007



That's a great point that I think gets too easily lost in the online world of social media.

I recently chose to remove someone from my Linked-In contacts for going too far in trying to prove a point on his blog.

It's all well and good to be "real" and "transparent" and, at times, appropriately passionate about an issue; but what gets lost so many times in all that, is the monitoring of the impression you're leaving.

Ranting and raving and carrying on is fine to some degree when you're surrounded by those with whom have already established a trust, credibility and understanding with. Those factors aren't always present when jumping around different sites.

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