Comments10/08/2016 #265 Gerald Hecht@Candice Galek 🐝 I shouldn't be smiling (on one level)...what do they call the imaginary "divide" between the actors on stage and the audience? The 4th wall or something like that; when you just strut through it...I just have to laugh... I still don't want to irritate people who have expressed various degrees of irritation regarding (and, more importantly, very sound reasons for not having) "tagfests"; I imagine that you are load testing various "cool stuff"...yet I do love your umm...what they used to call "moxie"...(the cas "buffer app throughput one liners, etc."). Will try to split the difference, I guess. #26109/08/2016 #261 Candice Galek 🐝#257 You nailed it @Phil Friedman you can't take a break from posting. I have Bufferapp set to post 10x a day, pulling in from pre determined articles and feeds. And I post a blurb type long form post generally twice a week or whenever I have a new INC article to promote.09/08/2016 #258 David Grinberg#257 @Phil Friedman, as usual, I concur with your astute assessment. I simply meant to point out one of many factors contributing to the all the disengagement in the "Lumpy Kingdom" (thank you @Jim Murray). But I've noticed, for instance, image on LI depicting Hillary in prison with the term "Lock her up." This is just one draconian example. My point is that a social platform that calls itself the world's largest professional business network does not benefit from such unprofessional postings. I completely understand that many, many people have very strong opinions on the candidates. However, frankly, I think people are sick and tired of being inundated with this outrageous political material, which is perhaps better suited for Facebook or a political-oriented social platform. It's also my understanding that political posts are not viewed favorably here on beBee, but I could be wrong. @Javier beBee @Teresa Gezze @John White, MBA: what say you about this topic of egregious political postings here on beBee?09/08/2016 #257 Phil Friedman@ @David Grinberg - with all due respect, I do not believe it is the "harsh political comment" that is dragging LinkedIn down, but the mindless devotion to algorithmic control that doesn't even begin to do a proper job. If you take even a short break from being highly active on LI, you are punished by the algorithm deciding you get even less and less of the traffic from your connections and those whom you follow. (The algorithm determines that they are not "strong" connections.) And the obverse, as well, namely the distribution of your activity dwindles almost immediately to nothing. Perhaps, this is part of a longer term plan for monetization of distribution, but it is choking the life out of LI, and represents a significant opportunity for beBee to fill the breach. But only if beBee avoids going the way of linkedIn and Facebook, both of which are over-run with Insipidipity, and flawed by a lack of substantive content. Social media platforms might benefit from monetizing their use as vehicles for mindless content marketing, but they do not thrive when they follow the path themselves. Substantive content will always be king, and hopefully beBee will understand and act on that. Certainly, LinkedIn never did, in spite of the high potential initially shown by its long-post publishing platform. CC: @Javier beBee, @Juan Imaz, @Matt Sweetwood, and BeeZers @Jim Murray, @Don Kerr, Kevin @Kevin Pashuk)09/08/2016 #255 David Grinberg#254 I concur about the "Lumpy Kingdom" @Candice Galek 🐝, it just keeps getting lumpier! I haven't posted any blogs on LinkedIn Pulse since July. Moreover, per one of your prior comments when I interviewed you, the "Facebookification" of LinkedIn has increased exponentially I've noticed -- especially with a growing number of harsh political posts about the USA presidential campaign. Thus your testimonial had become a growing trend in Lumpy Land. cc: @Jim Murray @Phil Friedman
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Comments15/08/2016 #111 Javier beBeeFor those who are asking me what is beBee :),...... beBee is about professional networking through personal interests and hobbies. Take golfers, for example. It is the same concept but applied to all professions and personal interests or hobbies. Personal interests generate much more professional engagement and better business opportunities."10/07/2016 #97 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#95 @Gerald Hecht: Yeah! The Matrix was a complete surprise, all those slow-motion action microseconds...just love that. It's exactly like you said, putting a scene under a microscope to slow it down for enriched absorption. Sweet success, once the full effect really hits the brain! And cow!~ 8 hrs on Bob Dylan? Where's the popcorn? Extra salt, please, lol!09/07/2016 #95 Gerald Hecht#93 @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD some movies (lots actually), like "Inception", "The Matrix" (first one), "Jacob's Ladder", the 8 hour version of Bob Dylan's "Renaldo and Clara", "2001"...I walked out of the theatre feeling "like I'd been abducted by aliens"...some films such as those, I am still investigating in the laboratory!09/07/2016 #94 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#91 Seriously, yes? My father always told me to strive to find a job that wasn't a "job." It was just "fun." And look, these guys?... they are so blessed to have it!...and Yeah! for us as they pass it along! So thank you, @Javier beBee View more#91 Seriously, yes? My father always told me to strive to find a job that wasn't a "job." It was just "fun." And look, these guys?... they are so blessed to have it!...and Yeah! for us as they pass it along! So thank you, @Javier beBee and @Juan Imaz extraordinares! Close08/07/2016 #92 Gerald Hecht@Javier beBee The first time I read this (which really wasn't that long ago; maybe a month), I really couldn't for the life me figure out what you were talking about. At all. Periodically, I go back and read it (like today...now)...and the sheer genius of the construct, is now easily seen...it wasn't that the concepts were complex abstractions...the exact opposite...like an actual honey bee buzzing past one's ear on a summer afternoon, toward some unseen destination, it was simply hiding in plain sight
- Producer22/06/2016A big thank you ! / ¡Muchas gracias!Dear friends, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the wonderful wishes and overwhelming support you have given us during this time.beBee is awesome because of ..... you !A big thank you from the founders.You are RELEVANT.We are working on a...
Comments10/08/2016 #77 AnonymousMany great ideas - great desire is robust search capabilities - mentioned here by a few. I would like a quick way to search for a buzz I read or for comments I made or someone else made. I think Joel's idea is absolutely brilliant - and surely would prevent stale enthusiasm. @Dean Owen is spot on with keeping our Ambassadors aligned with the brand. I also like what Kevin says about the Super Bees out there! I am a supporter of keeping a positive brand as well - making it a safe place to be genuine is what is making this beautiful community thrive. I HEART BEBEE!!!!21/07/2016 #70 Charles David UpchurchGracias para todo el mundo quien trbajan en hagar beBee tanto magnífico! @Javier beBee, hay una falta pequeño en tu traduccion inglés aqui....ecribes "We much appreciate your suggestions and your critics help us to improve." En inglés es differente de español: palabra 'criticos' en español puedes significar ó las ideas, ó las personas, ellas. En inglés, "critics" es todavia las personas (con significa un poco mal) y "critiques" (que ven de lengua frances) es solamente las ideas. In general, however, your written English is very good, Javier. As you can see, my writing, in Spanish, is not nearly as good as your writing in English. My suggestion, therefore, is to edit this article to this: "We much appreciate your suggestions and your critiques help us to improve."