SharperIron Has a New Facebook Page

sifbAs of today, SharperIron has a new Facebook page. The story of why we need a “new” page is a bit technical, boring, and personally embarrassing. (I broke an important feature of the old one, and it happened to be one of those One-Click Facebook Mistakes You Cannot Reverse… Even in a Hundred Clicks.) So we’ll just move on to the fun part.

If you’re a fan (or “liker,” or whatever they’re calling it this week) of the current SI Facebook page, please “like” our new one. If you’ve not been involved with the SI Facebook presence before—and have a Facebook account—please like the new page.

(Maybe we’ll even start posting “let’s play celebrity” stuff like “SharperIron is now grocery shopping—Puffs or Kleenex?! Stay tuned to find out!”)

The new Facebook page is at http://facebook.com/sharperiron.

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M. Osborne's picture

Oh, oh, can I be the first one to point out the irony of this announcement appearing right above Bauder's article?
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Michael Osborne
Philadelphia, PA

Susan R's picture

EditorModerator

when you know that Aaron's underlying motivations are to become rich and famous and get on the cover of GQ.

Jay's picture

Is it GQ or is it Harvard Business Review? I can't remember... Biggrin

"Our task today is to tell people — who no longer know what sin is...no longer see themselves as sinners, and no longer have room for these categories — that Christ died for sins of which they do not think they’re guilty." - David Wells

KevinM's picture

Susan R wrote:
when you know that Aaron's underlying motivations are to become rich and famous and get on the cover of GQ.

Maybe he'd settle for the Baptist Bulletin

Aaron Blumer's picture

EditorAdmin

The plan last week was to announce the FB switch tomorrow with some other stuff we'll be announcing, but K. Bauder's post this AM seemed to beg for doing it today. M. Osborne gets the prize for noticing it first.

This is the best I can do for an irony trophy...
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Jay's picture

Aaron Blumer wrote:
This is the best I can do for an irony trophy...[img ]http://www.dinntrophy.com/Images/Product/md/bkb105medium.jpg[/img ]

My wife happened to find this tonight - I think I'm going to buy one and make that the irony trophy...

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