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Yesterday I had a solid meeting with a great company, Zannel. When you think Zannel, think rich media capability meets Twitter with true cross-platform interactivity. Great people, compelling conversation, really nice product. And this got me thinking.... [Read More]


Valeria, I've seen that DotMySpot popping up in comments on several blogs over the past few days.

Thank you for this. I often strive to "silence my mind" as many speak of. There's so much wisdom and therapy in it. I love how you point out where silence has its place and the story about Cage.

Joe -- that's one way of going about it.

Peter -- an interesting take yours: we feel validated only when we can raise our hand and be counted. That's pretty sad. I'm with the reverential gesture and the quiet time taken to recharge and feel how rich we are inside.

DotMySpot -- We appreciate any comments here to remain constructive and non commercial. Thank you.

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