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"Liking" Comments is Politely Ignoring Your Friends

illustration by jenna mccarthy 

The ability to “like” comments on GroupMe has long been the app’s best feature (muting chats being a close second). By now, Apple has caught up with its iMessage “reactions” (chat-muting remains untouched by Do Not Disturb mode, though). 866 more words

Comments

A game Of likes

The 10/10 likes thing is just a game of likes. We want to see how far it goes. Why not give it a try.

Everyday you like10 posts here and I return the gesture. 26 more words

Blogging

Do These 5 Emotionally Intelligent Things Within 5 Minutes Of Meeting Someone

(Source: www.fastcompany.com)

What’s the point of networking if not to get other people to like you? Sure, you need new contacts to see you as interesting, competent, professional, and potentially valuable to them—but if they don’t also find you likable, nobody will feel motivated to reach out later and work with you. 987 more words

Money Matters

Do These 5 Emotionally Intelligent Things Within 5 Minutes Of Meeting Someone

(Source: www.fastcompany.com)

What’s the point of networking if not to get other people to like you? Sure, you need new contacts to see you as interesting, competent, professional, and potentially valuable to them—but if they don’t also find you likable, nobody will feel motivated to reach out later and work with you. 987 more words

Money Matters

All over again.

It has all started again, the sudden chilly breeze, blood gushing in my veins, having to miss a heartbeat seeing a text message, randomly smiling all day long, going red when I start talking about this topic, day dreaming for hours, biting my nails off, thinking of what perception he could have about me, also having to start dreaming about someone in particular.. 163 more words

Emotions

You Like Every Blog Post You Come Across? Really??

Look, I get it. In the publishing world where stakes are high and chances of success fall miserably lower, a certain smell of desperation can linger around even the most talented and hard-working writer. 303 more words

Book Reviews

Cheryl Stenström and Maria Otero-Boisvert on Influence in Funding Decisions

In my posting “Yes! – Influence, Persuasion and Libraries” I mentioned the doctoral work of two of my colleagues from the SJSU-QUT Gateway PhD program: Cheryl Stenström and Maria Otero-Boisvert. 934 more words

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