I don’t understand online social networking. I don’t know why people spend so much time reading blogs. And I can’t for the life of me see the purpose of Twitter.But I’m a good worker. I do what I’m told. So just over three years ago when my bosses asked me to start a blog about where I eat, I did.As industry contacts asked me to be their Facebook “friends,” I acceded to their requests and set up a page. About four months ago our marketing department asked me to involve myself with Twitter, ...
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