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On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 11:31 AM, Mike McCallister
<workingwriter -at- gmail -dot- com>wrote:
> Chris is right. Perhaps the biggest change in the job-search environment
> since Becca was last there (in 2003) is the rise in importance of LinkedIn.
> This business network (Facebook for Grownups) often succeeds in replicating
> the traditional "who you know" Old Boys Network online.
> Getting on LinkedIn is really worth doing. There are several
> tech-writing-oriented discussion groups there; I think John Hedtke had a
> list on his blog recently. I'll try to track that down.
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