“If you live near a Whole Foods...If no relative of yours serves in the military; If you’re paid by the year, not the hour; If no one you know uses meth; If you married once and remain married; If most people you know finished college; If you aren’t one of 65 million Americans with a criminal record. If any or all of these things describe you, then accept the possibility that, actually, you may not know what’s going on, and you may be part of the problem.”
See the Fast Company writeup http://www.fastcompany.com/3043486/the-recommender/feeling-your-privilege-share-the-wealth-with-the-welldeserved-app
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I'm looking for a CRM/contact management system to store humans and info about them. Ideally it has some social media integrations so I can cross reference folks' LinkedIn, Twitter, FB, etc profiles. I want to be able to tag and group folks for later searching. I have to have a mobile interface (iOS). And it should be possible for others on my team to add/edit people.
I'm willing to invest some significant time in porting my contacts into a system if it's something I can build on. I've had some bad experiences in the past with Salesforce (needed software engineering experience to customize) and High Rise (years ago just felt so so whack).
So, internet, what you got now? Who is making this syncing, updating, repository of the Most Important Assets We Have (Soylent Green) work best nowadays?
Keep up the cerebrally appetizing entertainment!
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Baratunde is a politically-active, technology-loving comedian from the future. He is the president and co-founder of Cultivated Wit, served as Director of Digital for The Onion and writes the monthly back page column for Fast Company. His book, How To Be Black, is a New York Times Best Seller and was published by Harper in February 2012. He tweets hard. >> Full bio.
- Harvard UniversityPhilosophy, 1995 - 2012
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