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How To Declare Independence From Bad Social Media
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Deb Donston-Miller
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Deb Donston-Miller,
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7/8/2013 | 11:04:38 PM
re: How To Declare Independence From Bad Social Media
Thank you for your comment. I appreciate you taking the time to provide your opinion.

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, InformationWeek
pwndecaf
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7/8/2013 | 6:37:11 PM
re: How To Declare Independence From Bad Social Media
Overshare!
Slebnartch
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7/6/2013 | 11:07:03 PM
re: How To Declare Independence From Bad Social Media
Yes, you're right. As an in-demand programmer three years out of college
with a bunch of fresh skillsets, it is imperitive that I hand Mark
Zuckerberg and our government all of my tracking information.

I was extremely boneheaded to think that as someone with actual technical
knowledge who exercised both sides of her brain instead of complaining
that maaaaath is haaaaaard, I could just build my own portfolio and bio
on a self-hosted website or wordpress.com account.

I'm glad I have an experienced expert* to set me straight**.

Hugs and giggles,

Annie

*See number five at http://theoatmeal.com/comics/w...

**And yes, that *is* a bit of hostility you're detecting. Because of people
like you, I regularly have to work twice as hard just to prove that as I
woman, I'm competent at something technical. Or at anything, really -- I mean good God, look at your "writing" portfolio! If you insist on going the verbal-only career route, at least go read some Violet Blue to see how actual tech reporting is done.


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