What’s in a Linkedin profile?

I've always had an aversion to LinkedIn. It's mainly because of the way people use the 'professional networking platform.' For example, some things I dislike are, when people use LinkedIn to post Plagiarized content for likesWhatsApp forwards as if Facebook and Twitter aren't enough,About 'celebrating a teammate' — something that I believe has a significant… Continue reading What’s in a Linkedin profile?

The problem with generic advice

I always feel that there’s something wrong about how we consume the information we read online. We immediately believe what we read because the so-called 'experts write it.' It's evident when we google our health problems. For example, if we search what a mild headache and fever mean, we know the top results will either… Continue reading The problem with generic advice