[sf-perl] [offtopic] Re: SanFrancisco-pm Digest, Vol 74, Issue 16

Fred Moyer fred at redhotpenguin.com
Tue Mar 22 10:29:55 PDT 2011

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2011/3/21 Stephen Blum <blum.stephen at gmail.com>:
> LinkedIn is motivated by user acquisition and expansion.  They are hiring 50
> JavaScript engineers which they announced at the last Node.js Meetup at the
> PubNub office in San Francisco.  I looked up "principle-agent problem" on
> Wikipedia and found a pathway to a question I've been asking internally at
> PubNub for a while.  Motivating LinkedIn to stop mass spamming would require
> something, drastic.  Instituting a legal/morality action preventing address
> book access sounds, difficult.  Displacing User / LinkedIn interest
> alignment for spamming, priceless.  There are those who simply want the
> feature to mass spam their contacts, earning them connections on LinkedIn.
> --
> Best,
> Stephen Blum
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