When I was about four, we vacationed at the Handerly Hotel & Resort in San Diego (formerly the Stardust Motor Hotel). That place was heaven on earth as far as I was concerned. I loved the pool. Next to the pool there was a bar, and behind the bar was an underwater theater. It was here that I saw one of the most outlandish scenes I have ever witnessed.
Business, consulting and sales
Last week I got an e-mail from a manager. “I saw your name on some source code. Nice job. Here is some information that might interest you.” Sweet. By just typing my name, I got information I needed, plus I have someone thinking nice things about me. If you do good work, put your name on it. If you do not do good work, well, you can stop reading right now.
In your career, you have probably worked very closely with certain companies, and you want to connect with your friends there. You could connect with them easily if you added that company to your profile, but since you were never actually an employee, that company really does not belong in in your LinkedIn profile.
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