A good analysis that explains why I find both Facebook and Twitter valuable, both personally and professionally.
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What I’m Reading
Cause for Change: The Why and How of Nonprofit Millennial Engagement , by Kari Dunn Saratovsky and Derrick Feldmann
The Start-Up of You, by Reid Hoffman, cofounder and chairman of LinkedIn
Bringing the Social Media Revolution to Health Care, by the Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media
To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others, by Daniel H. Pink
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