Steve Boese shares A Funny Reminder Of What Normals Think About Many Of Us

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Recently, Dinosaur Comics took on the topic of HR and Recruiting’s favorite sourcing and people research tool, LinkedIn. Take a look at what two comic dinosaurs think about LinkedIn,

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and then I (natch) will have a couple of comments after the comic.

Read the whole post over at Steve Boese’s HR Technology Journal (an FOT contributor blog).