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New social network for black professionals

IcabaICABA, a new social network for black professionals, has launched this week. I made a post about it on my new social networking etiquette blog, Poked. It's an invite-only network that is based in South Florida, but will be global in membership.

ICABA, which stands for Identifying Connecting Activating the Black Accomplished, has directories, video profiles, a lifestyle channel, blogs as well as a social networking tool. Read about it on Poked, and while you're there check out our other topics on social networking. Share your two-cents about issues you've encountered when professional life intertwines with social networking communities.


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