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What's wrong with combining the old and the new? Use a resume and someone's social media activity. More information is better. Isn't it?
Seems to me that folks who are opposed to providing a resume are more likely to lazy to produce one than they are convinced of its obsolescence.
5 days, 4 hours ago on Bad Advice Time: Marketers Don’t Need Resumes
I like your characterizations of prominent and celebrity. It is all relative.
Is someone a celebrity simply because they have 25,000 Twitter followers? Are they rockstars if they have 50,000 Google + followers? Are they prominent if they have 150,000 Facebook likes?
When you consider the size of the world, these are the proverbial pimples on the ass of an elephant. They are prominent and celebrities, in their own minds.
I suspect, as you indicated, that somewhere along their path, they lost their way. Power is like a drug. It is addictive and it corrupts.
3 months ago on Dear Amy: LinkedIn Connection