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Believe It Or Not, LinkedIn Would Have Been Even More Annoying In the 80s [Video]

Constantly being bombarded with emails urging you to join your friends' and co-workers' professional networks on LinkedIn is incredibly annoying these days. But the folks at Squirrel-Monkey show us that it could have been a lot worse had LinkedIn existed in the 80s. More »
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