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  1. I’ve always been curious about adding a social element to our internal directory, be it for skills, interests, hobbies, whatever. By making the social element an addition, you don’t need to ‘force’ anyone to be listed. This way, the concerns won’t be about participation, but more about trust, and how will management view perceived ‘time wasting’. And talking of trust, I’d drop references to cloning ‘Facebook’, the issues of privacy and “public by default” could possibly alienate people with a natural suspicion of social media.

    Keep the site updated on this though, I’m curious how you get on.

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