Archive for December, 2007

I Don't Know You (OUCH!)

Thursday, December 27th, 2007

One of the unfortunate design flaws in LinkedIn is found on the page where you accept or reject an invitation. There are three options: Accept the person as a new connection, Declare that you don't know the inviter, or Archive the invitation. Now I'm not going to claim that I'm a better designer ...

This Stuff Really Works (but keep it in perspective)

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

One of my favorite people I've met this year is Murray Mann, who is a leading expert on diversity issues in the workforce and coauthor of The Complete Job Search Guide for Latinos. Murray read my book and sent me the following message: Like many people, I had accepted an invitation ...

LinkedIn 2.0?

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

First response on the street is "it's about time." Digging a little deeper, there are some cool things here, and some things that are still feel kind of old. This is a much needed update, and it's good progress, but it's not done yet.  There are still questions about what the API ...

The Power of Questions: 5 Secrets to Strengthen Your Brand

Wednesday, December 5th, 2007

This is a guest post by friend and fellow blogger, Director Tom. More on him below his post. Have you ever noticed how certain questions naturally grab you? Why is it that some questions jump off the screen and get your attention while other questions just fall off your radar? To see ...