Social Media: Breaking The Chain

Social Media: Breaking The Chain

PSFK got a message from someone who has decided it's best for her productivity to leave the social network Linked In.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 24 march 2008

PSFK got this message from someone who’s decided it’s best for her productivity to leave the social network Linked In. She says:

It has been nice, but I am unlinking. All I ever do on this thing is answer requests to link in, update my profile and look to see who my links are linked to. In the end, nothing very productive, worthwhile or interesting. Since I have no desire to network in this way (or maybe at all) and am only now recovering from a complete loss of ambition, I think it is better to break the chain.

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