About Gary Burge
I am an experieced web programmer, techno-activist, romantic idealist, who never quite left the sixties, even though I became quite successful in the Internet space.
My business philosphy is different now than when I toiled in the bigco world. About a decade ago I experienced a life-altering epiphany: I was sacrificing my personal life and health to feed a corporate monster.
Tag Archives: social identity
By Gary Burge | Published: September 27, 2007
A post today by Jeff Pulver, “The Social Media Community Shares Ideas about Social Identity“, on Pulver.com, started me thinking about my “personal branding”. As he explains in an earlier post (see “ItÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a Social Media World OutsideÃ¢â‚¬Â¦“), Jeff believes that the way you represent yourself on social networking sites such as Facebook is as [...]