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1 PeterYim commented Permalink

certainly with all the social networking tools a user can interact. Somebody can paint a picture of me (the elephant) over time. I think some people do have reservations on having others figuring out who they really are or how much they really want others to know. Do you think there should be distinct personas of oneself between work and personal life?

 
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2 PK_Sridhar commented Permalink

Very good question. The ultimate nirvana is a customized social profile or persona for each relationship. Think about this. We don't have same face when we talk to our mom vs when would talk to "Joe" the plumber. Why should this be any different. Having said that, our community is much more cohesive (or may be not, we will discover) and having one set of persona initially may be a good starting point

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