Saturday, July 23, 2011

Facebook, Twitter obligations persist during vacations - The Boston Globe

Sign of the times

Few are better positioned to see vacationers’ fear of falling out of the loop than Joe Fernandez, the chief executive and cofounder of Klout, an online firm that measures users’ influence on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. He regularly hears from people who are despondent, or even angry, that their Klout scores dropped while they took a break.

“Leave town for 3 days for a funeral and my @Klout score drops 8 points,’’ tweeted @asimpson920. “How quickly I am forgotten.’’

Facebook, Twitter obligations persist during vacations - The Boston Globe

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