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We've been convinced we need to invest time and money in using online social tools in order to be successful in our personal or business lives. But how many of us that have used dating sites have actually checked the statistics to see if getting matched on a dating site works out any better (or worse!) in the end than getting matched not-on-line? Good hard data is surprisingly hard to find...
There's a cultural war going on between developers that use late bound languages to build web applications and services, and those that use early bound languages. This job trends graph from hiring site Indeed.com may help explain what is going on.
There is a special case of social networking I'd like to zero in on for this blog posting: What happens when famous people use social networking tools? In some cases such as the examples I give below, I think these people are trying to use social networking platforms as if they were social media platforms, and in my opinion, this usually fails spectacularly.