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October 26, 2009

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Nice one, as you point out, it is give and take. Sure you spend time adding friends but the pay back can be much bigger. Seems the measured one-side of the equation only.

For what it's worth, since the technology got social, I work longer and enjoy it more. Just don't tell my employer that. :o)

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