Active shooters, bowl game and holidays . . . apologies my dear friends for the dearth of posts.
Today, I've got one to ask you all about. Have any of you experienced the following:
Yesterday, for the first time ever, I had the opportunity to send three emails to Elle Mohs at KTHV in Little Rock. All related to a story she was working on about A-State's hover board policy.
I've never searched her name on-line.
I've never looked for her (or even her station) on Facebook.
This morning, look who is at the top of my "friend suggestions."
So I'd chalked a lot of that up to coincidence or obvious data sharing (the searched Christmas gift items as a prime example).
But this was my work email -- which is in no way tied to my social accounts by design -- that has led to a "random" appearance as a potential friend of someone I have extremely weak social graph ties to.
And at the top of the list.