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Re: New Academia.edu feature for LIBLICENSE-L

People will have different views of these services.  I find them 
to be intrusive.  They require you to reveal a great deal of 
personal information before there is any opportunity to review 
the service.  I hope that the future of social networking does 
not look like this.

Joe Esposito

On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 4:33 PM, Richard Price

> Dear LIBLICENSE-L members,
> I wanted to tell the list about a new feature on Academia.edu.
> Academia.edu launched 12 months ago and now helps 300,000
> academics a month answer the question 'who's researching what?'
> There are already XX people on Academia.edu with Journalism as a
> research interest.
> We have built a dedicated page on Academia.edu for the
> LIBLICENSE-L mailing list:
> http://lists.academia.edu/See-members-of-LIBLICENSE-L
> This page will show you fellow members already on Academia.edu.
> You can see their papers, research interests, and other
> information.
> Visit the link below, sign up with Academia.edu, and see who else
> from LIBLICENSE-L is on Academia.edu.
> http://lists.academia.edu/See-members-of-LIBLICENSE-L
> Richard
> Dr. Richard Price, post-doc, Philosophy Dept, Oxford University.
> Founder of Academia.edu