Sat, 3 December 2016
Welcome to episode 140, this week I thought we would have a bit of fun with our new gameshow!
The Truth Behind Malware On Facebook, LinkedIn; Google's New Policy On Malware Sites Freaking Scary
The reality is that you have nothing to worry about by browsing your LinkedIn feed, viewing and sharing images.
Whilst we are talking images, I noticed this week that LinkedIn have still not corrected the image sharing issue I highlighted in this post I wrote back in May;
I had heard that one of the reasons they have redesigned the desktop experience was to allow them to fix such issues (apparently the old platform made it difficult to fix issues such as this) so optimistically I checked out the new UI to see if had been fixed. Here is what I found…..
Apparently Microsoft had their eye on LinkedIn for many years…I bet the price wasn’t anywhere near $26.2b in 1996! You can read the article here;
Introducing our new game - Linked-in-the-bin!
I’m trying something new this week. It’s mainly a bit of fun but I’m hoping you might find it useful as well.
The format works as follows;
For example Tweet : #linkedinthebin I vote for Mark. Of course you don’t have to vote for me!
As well as myself I have invited Steve Phillip and Angus Grady to this inaugural Linked-In-The-Bin show. Both are respected UK based LinkedIn Trainers (click on the images below to view their profiles;
Features for the bin;
Angus - Default invitation to connect messages
Have a listen to all three arguments and vote for the one you think is the most compelling by tweeting #linkedinthebin and one of the names above.
New Desktop Design Update
I tried to write a recommendation for someone this week and this is what happened;