In keeping with my mini LinkedIn theme in celebration of their hitting 100M, here are my own personal Top Ten LinkedIn Tips & Tricks (for newbies):
Archives for March 2011
According to the NYTimes, the company responsible for providing a very significant percentage of government and corporate security in the United States has been hacked (the RSA Security division of the EMC Corporation). OMFG; are they for real?
Few questions come to mind: When does RSA plan to clarify how bad this really is? What are they doing to fix it? What are they advising their corporate and governmental customers? Was this not kind of foreseeable? (Hint: Um, yes it was). And perhaps the most burning question of all: when is this country going to get serious about cybersecurity? I mean, what will it take?
Here’s a few choice quotes from the NYT article:
Is it just me, or are a lot of emails disappearing lately? There are many possible explanations (Gmail down, Chupacabra ate them), but I think I know the culprit. It is the dreaded threaded view becoming a standard interface in email clients and webmail layouts. If you don’t change the subject of an important email in a longer exchange, it just seems to disappear and never get answered. I believe this is often courtesy of threaded views. People just don’t realize the message is there. They are sick of looking at the subject line and so they tune it out thinking it’s old news (or worse, throw it out.) Maybe you haven’t noticed, but now that I have pointed it out, you will…