| Dec. 18th, 2014

Connections, Friends and Followers

Networking used to be simple. You would meet someone and take his or her card. The rules were simple. You could write a “nice meeting you” note and then call or e-mail to arrange a following meeting. And the etiquette was simple. You would keep in touch every now and then to discuss business (occasionally your personal life). But gone are the days when your contacts lived in rolodexes that sat on your desk and stared back at you on a small ivory colored card.
Today, networking is complicated. Do you fling out your iPhone the second you meet someone and tweet about the rendezvous? Do you log onto Facebook and friend the new ac....

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