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Wall Street Journal has an interesting article on social networking. While the story isn't targeted specifically at this audience, it's worth reading to see how this phenomenon, once the territory of teenyboppers, has finally made its mark in the professional world. Examples include a medical network helping MDs make better diagnoses, as well as better-known ones such as LinkedIn.

 

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