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Sharing and over- sharing

Sharing and over- sharing

Anything you post to the Internet has now become public. Share imperfect and unfinished work that you want feedback on, but don’t share absolutely everything.

“Is this helpful? Is it entertaining? Is it something I’d be comfortable with my boss or my mother seeing?”

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