Business related social networking site Linkedin today achieved saturation coverage among public sector manangers. The last to join, a Donald Edward Wood of NHS Borders and Wrexham, submitted a nice precis of his career at 12.25pm Wednesday, shortly before tucking into his lunchbox. Said Mr D.Ed.Wood: "I've noticed all my former colleagues are on it so I thought I better get myself connected. By taking a voluntary redundancy package, setting up my own one-man-band consultancy (D.Ed.Wood Consultancy Limited) and connecting with all the former colleagues I so used to despise, my path will be well and truly paved with gold. I'm looking forward to reaching the magical 100 connections before my enthusiam wanes, as I realise it is only really Facebook for people with no friends."
100% of public sector managers now on Linkedin
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Linkedin = ebay for human beings
(FOR HIRE: senior manager, excellent condition, hardly used, lots of added extras/transferable skills. Extremely flattering photo attached. Winning bidder must collect)
Nails, how come the only subs you ever post on are Mandy Lifeboats?
Eh? If you look at my posting history (7,8,9) I've posted to others. And my recent AA Milne post is a nod to another poster too.
Keep it coming you two. Lots of posts and five stars makes it look so much better!
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