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By KORI COVRIGARU Editor's note: Kori Covrigaru is CEO of PlanOmatic, an online real estate marketing company providing interactive home tours. This week, I'm not reviewing an iPhone app that I can't live without. I'm not recommending my favorite site where you can consolidate all of your social media noise. This week, a technology obsessed 27-year-old is going to ask you to put your smart phone and mouse down, sign off Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and think about what made you (real estate agents) successful. Before I move on, I should disclose that I have never been a licensed real estate agent, and I am deeply involved in social media, but on a SOCIAL level and not so much for business. Facebook, today's dominating leader of social media, began in 2004 during my sophomore year of college. Back then, we used Facebook to party, chase girls and make new relationships. We would then share these experiences with the hope that it would lead to even more so...