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February 26, 2010

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Steve Jones

Interesting that the US military would support the use of social media. Very positive.
I still see companies banning social media from the workplace. To me that feels a little bit like someone trying to plug Niagara Falls! Instead of trying to stop the inevitable, it is much wiser for today's employers to discover ways to maximize their employee's use of social media to their benefit.

Dan Schawbel

Good reporting David and I'm glad that they chose the social media route before they no longer had the choice.

Carla Vaughan

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em, right? It makes sense, though. You have to reach people where they are.

Nice article.

Paul Anthony Kelly

It's a brave new world.

Even the military, steep in rich tradition, needs to address the changing times.

george naing

Good reporting!
So, are you helping DoD do "World Wide Rave"s for America?

I like that book so much I recommend it to any colleagues/friends interested in buzz and viral marketing!

george
http://ethicminds.blogspot.com/

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