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Fall In #GISTLOVE Or Let Me Know Why Not

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I am smitten. It’s love, or as I called it over a month ago #GISTLOVE.

Utterly smitten by Gist. Sound funny? Well, I am not kidding.  After griping about LinkedIn (remember this post: https://lizasperling.wordpress.com/2009/09/21/dear-linkedin-do-relationships-matter/) and wondering when someone would come along with a solution managing contacts AND related content on both social and professional networks, Gist has done it.

I am working on my post about Gist, but BEFORE I post it, I want your feedback.  So here is your Beta Invite link: bit.ly/PmY0c

In the interest of full disclosure, Gist is offering a free trip to Defrag to whoever is able to move the dial the most.  While this is a nice perk, I started using (and Tweeting about) Gist and even created the hashtag #GISTLOVE far before I knew about the contest. While I will always be an evangelist for the technology companies I love, I will never compromise my opinions for perks. You have my word on that!

So, please, what do you think about Gist? Love it? Hate it? Why? Why not?

You know I love it, but I want to hear your feedback to ensure that I am not drinking the #GISTLOVE koolaid.

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  1. October 25, 2009 at 3:25 am

    I do like Gist-connecting the connections-seemed a bit overwhelming at first.
    #china has seen fit to block it so being temporarily w/o a proxy unaccessible but soon will have a ladder for the #gfw

  1. October 21, 2009 at 1:36 pm
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