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Judy Katz
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Lookee there... +Brian Dusablon finally made forms on our website for you to suggest drinks, show topics, AND special #DevLearn requests.

In Ender's Game and the rest of the books in the Ender series, Ender's older brother and sister rise to power by assuming aliases on the (novels' equivalent of) the Internet and publishing treatises under those names, with no one knowing at the time that they are only children.

The concept of the Internet is much more unified in the Ender series than it is in our present time and place. I seem to recall (and it has been years since I've read Ender's Game) that Peter and Valentine created one online identity each, an identity that could be used in many forums. Assuming this is the direction our Internet is heading (which is not at all a foregone conclusion), what do you think will emerge as your unique Internet Identity? Your Twitter handle? Your Google profile? Something we haven't seen yet? Or will companies' desire to dominate and individuals' desire for simplicity be forever thwarted by the fragmentation of startups that have fewer and fewer and fewer barriers to entry?

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I'm always impressed that no matter what I want to do in WordPress, someone has already thought of it. Last night I decided to make standalone pages for each series that I've done.
The Inline Posts plugin made it possible. http://aralbalkan.com/1016
The results: http://onehundredfortywords.com/full-series-if-not-addie-then-what/

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Hahaha... and yes, we're still using G+ mainly to talk about G+.
The brutally honest guide to naming circles on G+ - you know you're all doing it - friends and acquaintances just doesn't quite classify right :)

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One thing I've noticed about Google+... More professional acquaintances and friends of friends have added me to their Google+ circles than have friended me on Facebook, even though we know all the same people on both networks. Maybe because we can call each other "acquaintances" on Google+? Maybe because the privacy is more straightforward?

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