Thought for the Day: A friend of mine said “the new currency is credibility and attention. In order to get attention, you need credibility.” She was right about everything except the credibility part.

  • WSJ Staff Forbidden To Mix Business and Pleasure on Twitter
    It’s always really, really smart to treat your best talent as if they were children. That way, you can justify firing them for experimenting with things that might break the rules. This is why the newspaper industry is over.
  • Influence Happens In a Context
    The Top 100 Influencers Project at is going to include an ongoing tutorial about various aspects of the HR-Recruiting Industry. This broad overview is the first installment.
  • Twitter and Webinars for Speakers
    Tony  soft tabs online Karrer always produces massively useful material. Most speakers are not high tech early adopters and are surprised when Tweeters show up in the auditorium. Karrer offers a series of links and some advice for the perplexed.
  • Google’s Rich Snippets and the Semantic Web
    The next step in the evolution of the job board business will be the assembly of contextual information for inclusion in search engine results. Goggle gets content, advertisers get more attractive links.
    This is a good look at a twitter driven job board. Expect an avalanche of these sorts of services. Job boards have lots more  online life. This is what the renewal looks like.

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