Did Guy Kawasaki Inadvertently Admit That He Doesn’t Use Social Networking?
Eat your own dog food. – Guy Kawasaki
Whistleblowers have received a great deal of a publicity over the past five years or so. Today one of the champions of social networking, Guy Kawasaki, inadvertently became the latest whistleblower when he revealed on Linkedin what he really thinks social networking. Apparently a team of assistants handle most of his social media tools, thereby, allowing him to spend his time more wisely. Isn’t this is the same Guy Kawasaki who published a book on Google + last year and touts social media at every opportunity? One of Guy’s most famous pieces of advice for entrepreneurs is that they must “eat their own dog food.”
It sounds as if Guy doesn’t really care for dog food.
Like a lot of people we love to kid about the current social networking fad.
If you aren’t familiar with all the different social networking sites out there this will explain them for you.
Please Google, stop trying to shove Google + down our collective throats. Please!
No one wants it except a small sad minority that is addicted to social networking. We already have far more garbage social networking sites than we need. There’s Facebook, MySpace, Reddit, Digg, Stumbleupon, Foursquare, Quora, etc. The list is seemingly endless. Most are little more than glorified vBulletin boards offering nothing to users other than the opportunity to waste time in exchange for being data-mined.