Doug Haslam

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Uttercast: Discoverers & Discoverees



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I often notice two types in online (ok, social media- but really it’s not just about that) interactions: Discoverers and Discoverees. I try to follow as many Discoverers as I can, as that is where I get the shared links, interesting articles, and information. I guess that makes me a Discoveree; one who seeks out this knowledge and absorbs it.

But wait, what if, aside from simply reading links and info from smart people, I actively ask around for answers? Does that make me a Discoverer? Then, what if I share that info with the community? The quiet ones share more than you think, and the "Discoverers" have to get their info from somewhere.

Clear enough? That’s what I get for trying to assign labels.

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