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P.S. BTW, you really mustn't let the opportunity to practice micro-blogging. Enter the rushing river of brevities that is called Twitter.

We share cool links, relevant news items, questions, advice, jokes, self-deprecations, pirate talk, hugs, nudges, and marketing insights, as well as fiery debates, on Twitter.

It's not fair to us that you deprive us of your pithy messages, that we know are deep inside your clever mind and subtle heart!

Sign up, then announce your Twitter page url on this blog!


http://twitter.com/vaspers

I was thrilled Valeria when Twitter was all a-flutter with "Valeria Maltoni is a kick ass presenter" and "Valeria Maltoni rocks!" all over the place.

I would say you were "Twitter rock star" but I don't like rock stars, being brought up on punk and anti-art of the Dada / Surrealist school.

And you don't even have a Twitter presence! Yet there you were, being raved about, universal praise and astonishment.

I, for hideously self-promotional and self-glorifying reasons, had to pipe up and chortle about how I knew you and liked you and hoped you still liked me.

I remembered our interactions on CK's blog and Liz Strauss and other odd web venues, and how we shared marketing and book editing interests.

Ah, how that little gal has grown up and matured to such a prominent and beloved position in the super-blogosphere!

We had a great time! This was an excellent conference, and I so appreciate the great job you did as keynote. Cheers!

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