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Good recommendations, however we are now entering a time when employers cannot assume activity on Linkedin means you are job hunting. Almost everyone has their Linkedin profile set to "Interested in opportunities" as its the default setting. There are a plethora of reporting tools to tell anyone who's interested about activity in their network (Bullhorn Reach for example, and Linkedin itself).
The theatre of job hunting, of course necessitates the use of subterfuge, and deception, as no one wants to resign before finding a new gig.
I've written a blog recently in a simalar vein, regarding your planning for Resignation Day. http://ayeright.com/2012/08/resignation-day-8-tips/