Reaches 3 Million Users

While my own network at is only 88 direct people and 1.7 million by the fourth degree, last night they signed up their 3 millionth user.

Linkedin is a service that allows you to network with your trusted colleagues and friends as a way to help you get referrals for either jobs or businesses. I've been working at reconnecting with folks I've worked with up to twenty years ago. It's amazing how many email addresses you can find when you have archives going back to the mid-90's, but most of those addresses are bogus. If it wasn't for google, I'd have a hard time finding some people.

I have not yet convinced Misty to make use of Linkedin to stay connected with her friends in nursing, and my dad is too deep in the throes of the infamous bar exam to spend time on it, but some of my colleagues have picked it up and run with it.

I like Linkedin, though. It's already found me a couple of job opportunities and referrals that I liked.

Josh Poulson

Posted Friday, Jun 24 2005 06:55 AM

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