Cats (and dogs) with advanced degrees
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From an article on Slate:
ETA: quite an impressive skill set!
I always thought that AMY was the smart, pushy one
Yes, Rory was the 'Good looking' front man and was the one (unlike Amy) who would probably need to buy a degree.
May I suggest you buy Rory a BA. But get AMY a PhD.
It will just save time for her :-)
ETA. I don't know what LinkedIn is? Is it worth looking at?
ETA2. Well it looks like 'LinkedIn' looks like a Facebookish thingy.
Could you "please" (with butter on it) show me a link to "Rory's" profile?
It's not a picture of Rory. My husband couldn't be bothered photoshopping a real photo of Rory onto a suit.
As anna_in_pdx says, LinkedIn is supposed to be for professional networking (as opposed to social networking, like Facebook). Some people seem to get a lot of value out of it. For me, the jury is still out.
LinkedIn can be good if you are looking for a job, but I don't know anybody who actually got a job through it. I'm retired now, so it mostly annoys me! It is nice to reconnect with people from past jobs and so forth. It isn't fluff like Facebook; more serious in nature.