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There may be a point to LinkedIn now. If you joined facebook back in ’04: the applications still won’t make it interesting, but you can still watch as people older than us make the same mistakes we did… back when posting drunk photos was a judgment call, not a tool for future employers to judge you.

Drop Everything- Run to LinkedIn NOW | chrisbrogan.com

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Yesterday, I posted a record of my personal life in links. My mother recently left the print industry frustrated. I recently became a blogger. Her resignation makes me wonder about how to maintain the public sphere without newspapers. Neither of us are sure yet. All I know from recent research is that I’m glad common sense will still get you a long way.

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StumbleUpon is a network for sharing social media (websites, networks, videos, blogs, etc.). New users download the stumble button and sign-up to pick topics of interest.

Google Search Awesome (from Britny)

Google Search Awesome (from Britny)

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Best of Foshowley: Facebook

Foshowley on Facebook

Foshowley on Facebook

Are people warming up to the new Facebook? I kind of took a break after it switched over. It just seems disorganized to me. It probably doesn’t help that I changed my language settings to English (Pirate) but anyway, I’ll power through. Here goes.

Facebook Posted Items for October 1, 2008

  1. Jay Smooth addresses Panic 2008 in “Economics and Annoying Smart Guys” (YouTube)
  2. Stuff White People Like is Still Funny (because it’s true)
  3. Whatever Martha made me feel better about unresolved issues with my mom and Martha Stewart (YouTube)
  4. The Polar Bear Dance Was Bookmarked on Islamify.org, renewing hope for peace in the Middle East
  5. A funny Sweded version of Lord of the Rings (YouTube)

Leave your pick in the comments section for this post.

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Facebook

Facebook

Facebook applications are borderline annoying to manage but if your site doesn’t do advertisements, you gotta promote somehow. So, check out the Foshowley blog network on Facebook.

If you get that far, please consider joining or at least writing “(your name) waz here” on the page’s wall for kicks.

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Yes! The Presidential Debate is on! So, let’s celebrate. Cheers to McCain and Obama with the McCain drinking game. Here are the rules, as posted on The Huffington Post:

Obama (AP Photo)

Obama (AP Photo)

Every time John McCain mentions his POW experience, praise his courage and drink a kamikaze. This one is only for the heavy drinkers.

Every time Obama says change everyone has to switch seats and drink the other person’s drink of choice.

Every time John McCain tries to associate Barack Obama with an unsavory character, take a sip of your dirty martini.

Every time someone says bailout you have to finish your drink and pour another.

Every time John McCain says “my friends”, spit out your drink and shout “I am not your friend” at the television.

Every time “evil”, “evil doers”, or anything with evil is mentioned, drink a sip of French red wine.

Every time John McCain threatens Iran, drink a savage car bomb or cherry bomb.

Every time Barack Obama ties John McCain to George W. Bush, drink a sloe gin fizz and wish for better days.

Every time John McCain displays how hopelessly out of touch he is, drink an old bastard.

Every time John McCain refers to the USSR or any other non-existent formerly communist country, get ready to ride the red tide.

When Georgia is mentioned, drink a fuzzy navel.

Every time John McCain mentions Sarah Palin, drink a white russian. After all, if Sarah Palin is around there must be a Russian nearby somewhere.

Every time John McCain smiles creepily, drink a roofie-colada.

If anyone mentions a golden parachute, pound some goldschlager.

Every time John McCain makes an appeal to states rights, lean back and take a sip of that sweet southern comfort.

When NATO membership is mentioned, clink glasses with everyone around you and attack anyone who refuses to clink.

If John McCain doesn’t show up, lock yourself inside and sip Jack Daniels all night. It is going to be a long six weeks.

Regardless of what either candidate says, at the end of the debate, drink something that must be lit on fire first then hit yourself in the face with a shovel.

Don’t forget: best not to take pictures afterward and post them on Facebook. Enjoy christening 2008 debates. I can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks about what the candidates have to say. I’ll be tweeting from blogislam. Follow me and I’ll follow you.

LINKS:

Follow twitterers playing during the debates
Read the original rules posted on The Seminal
Check out ReadWriteWeb for a post on Twitter’s Election Site

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