Carousel of LinkedIn postings

3 March 2008 at 8:06PM Leave a comment

LinkedIn rolled out a new interface this past weekend, which means it is time for a bunch of horded LinkedIn links. I’d call this a Carnival of LinkedIn, except that I’m the only one posting. A small part of a carnival is that round rotating structure with the oscillating beasts: A Carousel! Here’s my LinkedIn carousel for 03 March 2008:

The description Scott found is great:

What really cracked me up, though, was this description of LinkedIn:

      It’s like Facebook, except with fewer piercings.

YES!

Thumbnail images of the Elitch Gardens Carousel in Denver courtesy of Dr. Richard Gardner’s Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousels page. Thanks, Doc! Click these to see the best carousel in the West!

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