Why did I miss the Hacker News Leader in me post?

We are still waiting on our first batch of Hacker News users to be able to submit their own posts, but one of the first to get it is our own founder, Chris Johnson.

It has been a long road.

The original Hacker News leader in us is still available on Hacker News as a new feature, though Johnson has made it available on a “slightly more limited” schedule, he wrote in a blog post on Wednesday.

To get to it, you need to join a group and create a new account.

You can then choose the Leader in Me tag and the new group will automatically be added to your “friends” list.

That’s it. 

To get more information on what the new Leader in us means, Johnson wrote on Hacker.com.

There are still a few things to do, but we have a very active group of users and we are looking to expand this to more than a few more. 

That said, there are a few questions left: How does the new leader in mind compare to the old? 

If you are interested in the old leader in my mind, I am sure the answer is in the title. 

How do you keep track of your followers? 

Is there a way to use the new version of the leader in a way that would keep track if you are doing a different search? 

Who should I ask for a follow on this? 

Finally, if you want to try the new features out, you can use a Chrome extension called LeaderInMe.

It’s a Chrome add-on that allows you to see and rate people who follow you on Twitter.

In short, it’s a simple way to tell yourself you’re following someone who is actually interested in what you have to say.

You’re free to opt-out at any time.

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